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As banks adjust to new rules limiting fees they can charge for some services, they may raise other costs to compensate. Review basic strategies for keeping checking and savings costs down. Also, what happens if your bank fails, $250,000 FDIC coverage is now permanent.
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ISBN: 9781612211282
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