There are free and easy ways to count the contents of your massive change jar.
Canada is the latest nation to switch to polymer banknotes. The case for change seems compelling, but . . .
As more banks increase fees and create new ones, more consumers are ready for a change. Here's how to accomplish that with minimum hassle.
Federal regulators cited mortgage servicers' 'misconduct and negligence' but penalties so far have been called weak.
Consumers will factor rising fees into their decisions about where to do business -- but they can't if banks and credit unions won't divulge the data, a consumer advocacy group says.
Wells Fargo is the latest big bank no longer giving perks to new customers.
In the worst-case scenario, you could pay $7 in fees to get money out of the machine.
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