Does Your Bank Pay You Interest on Checking?

- - Saving Money

Capital One 360 Does

I know it sounds a little odd – being paid for having money in your checking account. Right? Most banks only pay you interest for money you have in your savings account. But this shouldn’t be the case. Your money is with their bank and they should be grateful for that.

Capital One 360 pays you interest on your checking…and I love it. Even though I’m not one to keep a ton of money in my checking, I like that they pay you for the amount you do have there.

Read my full review and let me know what you think.

I have also created a new resources page that includes some of the tools I use to help keep me motivated and on track with my debt. This include books that have helped me, apps that I use pretty frequently, and other sites that might be helpful for you.

Let me know if you have any suggestions of books, apps, or sites you’d like to see on this list.

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Chenell

I am Chenell Tull and so far, I've had a pretty rough time with my student loan debt. Recently, I've figured out a more productive "get out of debt" plan and the goal is to pay off over $60k in just 36 months. If you want to learn more, subscribe to the mailing list and get FREE updates on my successes and failures on this journey out of debt.