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The Ally money market account provides you with checks and a debit card for easy access to your savings

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Ally's money market account comes with paper checks and a debit card, making it easier for you to access your money than with a high-yield savings account.
A money market account is good if you want easy access to your money like you'd get in a checking account, but with interest rates that are closer to high-yield savings.
Ally doesn't charge a monthly service fee, and it doesn't require an initial deposit or minimum account balance. It may be a good fit for savers who don't mind banking digitally and want to open all their accounts with one institution.
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