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  1. How to Waste Your Money


    Fri, 6 Jul 2012

    full retail price for clothes, furnishings or other items instead of waiting for sales. Buy bottled water. Disregard ATM fees . Pay hefty overdraft fees because you don’t bother to keep track of your bank balance. Forget to change your furnace

  2. The True Cost Of Using Other People’s Money


    Mon, 16 Apr 2012

    such charges altogether, either by using only your own bank’s ATMs or by banking at an institution that reimburses ATM fees charged by other banks. Otherwise, you have effectively paid a surcharge to use your own cash. There are those who

  3. Nickeled and Dimed


    Mon, 18 Apr 2011

    and followed up by heavily marketing itself as the “anti-bank” with a “no fine print” policy and a lack of ATM fees . Bell says this is “savvy” marketing because these companies understand customers have a breaking point. And he says that

  4. 50 Ways Retirees Can Cut Their Investment, Insurance, and Banking Costs


    Thu, 14 Apr 2011

    which means that the bank will cover you--and charge you a hefty fee--if you overdraw your account. 45. Watch ATM fees , either by sticking with your bank's ATMs or opting for a bank that will offer rebates if you use an out-of-network

  5. TCF Financial Posts Decent 1Q


    Thu, 23 Apr 2009

    by 12.1% as compared to the fourth quarter. Sharply reduced customer account activity curtailed deposit charges, ATM fees , and interchange fees. Still, even if customer usage activity remains low through the recession, we note that the

  6. In-Line 3Q for TCF


    Wed, 18 Oct 2006

    to strong card revenue and equipment financing activities. We think this was particularly impressive considering that ATM fees declined 7.2% during the quarter. We were somewhat concerned about the 43% jump in nonperforming loans, especially

  7. BanColombia Rolls On in 2005


    Thu, 6 Apr 2006

    fall 80 basis points, to 2.4%. Fee income grew 22%, propelled by large gains in banking services, brokerage, and ATM fees . The efficiency ratio declined 84 basis points, to just under 55%, as operating expenses grew only 7.4%, unable

  8. FirstMerit Makes Progress


    Thu, 19 Jan 2006

    margin for the year. Noninterest income grew 9% year over year, thanks to a healthy boost in deposit, credit card, and ATM fees . Credit-quality metrics improved again in 2005, with net charge-offs and nonperforming loans coming in at 0.68

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