5 ways to fill up your savings account while you're stuck at home
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If you're spending less money while you practice social distancing, you'll likely have more in your bank account as you cut back on transportation, nights out, vacation, self-maintenance, and childcare. 

This is assuming your income is steady and you don't need the money for immediate expenses. 

Rather than keeping this extra money in a checking account, you can move it into savings.

One option for that money is a high-yield savings account, so it earns interest...

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