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Which banks are best?

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9th Nov 2009 by Michael Haltman

The question of which bank is best is very subjective depending on what you are looking for. Many branches, low fees, extensive ATM network, personal service, long hours, free checking, safe deposit boxes, financial advisors in the branch and full range of financial products to name a few.

If you are banking in a bank whose deposits are insured by the FDIC, then the saying that a bank is a bank rings somewhat true. It are the amenities that the bank offers that might set it apart. Around me a bank like Commerce is open 7 days a week with long hours each day, customer service that is almost unheard of these days.

For most, the bank they choose is almost a commodity decision as there are not a lot of things that differentiate them.

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