On your road to financial freedom, you look to maximize every aspect of your budget. Your goal is to maximize your income and minimize your expenses. While many transactions or activities may result in large dollar gains, the reality is that you must win a lot of the small transactions as well to reach financial freedom. Growing up, and still today, I am a huge baseball fan. To incorporate a baseball reference here, the singles are just as important as the home runs. Using a high yield savings account is a single; but it is critical to maximizing the interest earned on your cash.
Woah, I can’t believe time has flown by this quickly. It seems like just yesterday I was walking into my banks, closing my accounts, and requesting a cashier’s check with the remaining funds. Why did I do this? My wife and I were looking to consolidate our finances after our wedding and wanted to experiment with using a bank without any physical branches in our area. Ultimately, we selected Capital One as for this grand experiment. That was three months ago, so I wanted to share the results of this experiment with all of you! But wait, there is more. Over the last three months, this experience and others has taught me a HUGE life lesson that I would like to share with all of you.