We all have different ways we live life and manage our daily, weekly, and monthly expenses.


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Depending on your lifestyle and what stage of life you’re in, your banking needs will be different. Students, business owners, newlyweds and retirees all have diverse lifestyle preferences when it comes to money. Anyone thinking about opening a new checking account should look at one that caters towards their needs. Balancing your finances could be a lot easier when you start to use the right kind of checking account.

Enrolling in a checking account designed for the way you live can prove rewarding. For instance, a student checking account could provide free enrollment until graduation. Every little bit adds up when you’re in school, and saving money on monthly fees can help divert funds towards other expenses related to your education.

Explore the following types of checking accounts based on four specific lifestyles.

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