Can I link my savings account to my checking account?

Answered on October 29, 2018
Updated on October 29, 2018
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Amy Miller Amy Miller
Yes. You can link your checking account to your savings account. It will actually give you access to some good features. Notably, you will be able to set automatic deposits from your checking account to savings account. This will help your savings to grow faster with little effort from you. Or you can use your savings account as overdraft protection for your checking account, if both of your accounts are in the same bank. This will help you avoid unnecessary fees in case your checking account balance is close to zero.
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