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I have almost always had a significant more amount of money in my checking account than my savings yet I almost never end up touching more than 50% of it. Should I just move that 50% to my savings?
 

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Nah. Real interest rates are literally negative in the U.S and most of Europe. You're practically paying the bank to hold your money while prices are rising. Find a better investment.
 

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friendofthepeople said:
Nah. Real interest rates are literally negative in the U.S and most of Europe. You're practically paying the bank to hold your money while prices are rising. Find a better investment.
Lol you probably believe N climate change
 

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friendofthepeople said:
Nah. Real interest rates are literally negative in the U.S and most of Europe. You're practically paying the bank to hold your money while prices are rising. Find a better investment.
my savings account has like a .01% interest rate. What are some better options to do with that money?
 

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I always have way more money in savings than my checking. Like I'll say I'm broke all the time when really I have a shit ton of cash in my savings and none in my checking :hah:
 

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myleezy said:
I always have way more money in savings than my checking. Like I'll say I'm broke all the time when really I have a shit ton of cash in my savings and none in my checking :hah:
lmao I feel like that's how it should be
 

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Yes 100%. As much much as you can move to a place where you get interest is better than staying in ur checking that gets 0% interest (and you'll most likely spend) :D
 
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