Consumers may have won a battle when the big banks dropped their proposed debit-card fees earlier this year, but the war is far from over.
A California man got a lot more than he expected when he purchased a used minivan last year.
It turns out the wealth gap is also a generation gap, with the financial disparity between older and younger Americans widening sharply in recent years.
Waiting for the cable guy and other in-home appointments and deliveries costs Americans an average of $250 in lost wages, poll says.
An Oregon woman was denied groceries when she tried to pay with $32 in change.
Now that Bank of America and other big banks have backed away from plans to charge monthly debit card fees, customers can celebrate -- and prepare for the next round.
After other big banks announced they will not charge monthly debit card fees, Bank of America follows suit.
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