Goodbye Reg Q, hello interest

Dunphy, Jim
December 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;12/2/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 25, p26
The article focuses on changes in the banking regulations and business banking customers can now earn interest on their checking accounts. The elimination of Regulation Q gives businesses with a choice either earn interest on their commercial accounts or utilize the traditional earnings credit product.


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