I left Chase last year and have never been happier. Credit Unions are owned by the depositors, so the interest rates of what you put in tend to be about twice as high as large banks. At this stage in my life, I need to keep a lot of liquid assets as I will be buying a house soon, so I can't tie up things in investments. As soon as that is all squared away, then I will, but for now, my credit union interest rate is still better than the almost nothing I was getting from Chase.
Make sure the one you choose is federally insured by NCUA:
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