Overdrawing your account isn’t the worst thing that could happen. It happens more often than you might think. In fact, data shows that 50% of Americans have overdrawn their account at least once.1
So what’s the big deal? Occasionally overdrawing your account may not seem major, but frequently going in the red could still take a toll on your financial life—and that can have a direct impact on your mental health and well-being.
This video takes a closer look at overdrafts and helps answer some common questions. By understanding how they work, you can avoid financial missteps—and empower yourself to build better money habits and stress less.
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