Proposed legislation would limit how much credit card companies can charge merchants who accept their cards. Is this a good thing?
Most people don't overdraw their bank accounts, so why should they sign up for overdraft protection?
It's a way for those without bank accounts to get their tax refunds sooner.
If you're fed up with high fees and poor service, you might rather switch than fight.
Banks are using a hard sell to get people to stay with overpriced overdraft protection. You don't need it. Here's why.
Choosing the right card depends on how the student is going to use it -- and always watch out for fees.
Expect 5 trends as banks look for new ways to make money and attract new customers.
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