Compare rates on reward checking accounts from banks and credit unions. On average, reward checking accounts offer significantly higher rates than traditional checking accounts. Most require you actively use the account each month, which banks usually define as ten or more debit card transactions, in order to earn the higher rate. For more details refer to this reward checking article. You can use the details icon on each account to view specific account requirements.
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Reward Checking Rate History – Average APY (%) Rate Trend over Time
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