Chatzky, who is an editor-at-large for Money magazine, analyzes the "best banks for your buck." She says:
Credit unions are like not-for-profit banks. They have an even smaller, more individual presence than small banks. Some have a system of branches, some do not. But they're known for charging lower fees and offering higher rates of interest than banks. The catch is that you have to be a member to get a good deal.
Read--and watch--the segment online. Click here.