I've been going through a lot of spring cleaning and overhaul of my financial accounts (as recent threads of mine show) and I've settled on a new strategy that I've begun implementing today:
- Moving savings from Ally to PurePoint for the 0.25% APY increase
- Moving checking from Wells Fargo to a Fidelity Cash Management account
- Switching primary credit card from Quicksilver to Fidelity Rewards Visa for the 0.5% cash back improvement and automatic deposits to a Fidelity account
- Adding BECU credit union for 4.07% APY interest on the first $500 each in savings and checking, and for cash ATM deposits
I've read the wiki page about Fidelity but I wanted to know if anyone has any further advice for me going into this possible move of my Vanguard accounts.