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Average late fee charge reduced from $32 to $8
The retail banking industry went on high alert last week as President Joe Biden highlighted a new rule on credit card late fees
Over 76% of consumers expect their finances to improve or remain unchanged over the next 12 months
Proposed rule to ban junk fees aims to remedy widespread concerns
The new rules could save consumers over $3.5 billion in fees per year
Inflation is continuing to affect how bank customers use their money, Bank of America has found
President and CEO Rob Nichols said proposed rules threaten affordable deposit account products
The associations argued the CFPB’s proposal does not go far enough
Fed Bank of New York survey found short-term inflation expectations reached the lowest level in three years
The banking organizations wrote to the CFPB about the proposed redefinition of digital assets
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