Best Bank And Card

If you're like most Americans, your bank lies at the heart of your personal finances. Your checking account is the place money comes in and goes out, and a savings account helps you stash funds away for an emergency or big savings goal. Choosing a bank is not always easy, and what's best for you may be different than what's best for someone else.

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Overall

Our pick for the best overall bank is Ally. Ally is an online-only bank with industry-leading checking and savings account options. Due to a combination of good customer service, low fees, and high-interest rates, Ally is a winner.

Chase

Chase Bank ranked second in last year’s national J.D. Power National Bank Satisfaction Study and is one of two banks that received a perfect rating in the JDPower.com Power Circle Ratings. But for banks that operate in nearly every part of the country, Chase stands out as the best for customer service.

Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo has certainly found itself in the midst of multiple scandals recently, but it still stands out as the best bank for teens thanks to its 6,000 branches and 13,000 ATMs.

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Testimonials

“Look for the features that matter the most to you: If you're a frequent traveler, you might want a bank that reimburses you for other banks' ATM fees.”

Christopher Smock
Support Specialist

“Speaking of which, fees are a very important thing to look for before you open a new account. Many banks charge monthly maintenance fees unless you meet specific minimum balance or activity requirements.”

Beatriz Valle
Support Specialist