I generally try to keep my inbox clean. That means unsubscribing from everything I don't read and sending newsletters to a specific folder so I don't get push notifications for them.
However, I never created filters for financial emails. Somehow, I thought that if I did I'd miss some important bill or alert. I've been getting these emails for around a decade now and never once has one of the emails been time sensitive.
So I've finally set up a filter in Gmail and it looks like this:
Skip inbox and add the label "Financial" if it's from any of the senders
betterment.com OR chase.com OR coinbase.com OR discover.com OR freetaxusa.com OR glhec.org OR gtefinancial.org OR gusto.com OR intuit.com OR lespfcu OR n26.com OR optumfinancial.com OR paypal.com OR personalcapital.com OR robinhood.com OR uphold.com OR vanguard.com OR venmo.com
Now I can just click the "Financial" label every few days to see if there's anything to deal with.