A checking account is a transactional bank account through which a person can make deposits and withdrawals of money, according to Investopedia. The money held in checking accounts is considered highly liquid because the... More »

A RBC bank checking account gives customers access to a U.S.-based checking account with tools for a Canadian citizen to easily bank and do business while in the United States. Other account features include a U.S. debit... More »

A guaranteed checking account, also called a second-chance checking account, is a banking account for individuals who mismanaged their finances in the past or who have low credit scores and cannot acquire a traditional b... More »

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