Analysis: Debit Fees Unneeded

December 2011
Credit Union Journal;12/5/2011, Vol. 15 Issue 47, p24
Trade Publication
The article presents information on an analysis, according to which banks in the U.S. can generate nearly double the projected 875 million dollars in monthly debit card fees by lowering their deposit rates by only 0.01 percent.


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