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Q&A: WTF is up with Overdraft Changes?

I haven't been keeping a close eye on the national debate about reforming banks' outrageous overdraft fees, so when a letter arrived from my credit union this month saying something about the overdraft laws changing, my main response was... what? I

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Plan to Cut Health Care Waste Moves Ahead

This week, state officials advanced a plan to cut needless administrative paperwork -- red tape that wastes doctors’ time and adds to already unaffordable health care costs.

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Plan to cut health care waste moves ahead in Oregon

Members of the Oregon Health Policy Board approved a plan to cut health care administrative waste and save Oregonians $100 million per year in the process.

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Wall Street reforms a step in the right direction

On Wednesday, July 21, President Obama signed The Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, which contains the most comprehensive reforms to the American financial system since the Great Depression.

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The End of Free Checking

Bank of America recently announced that it plans to add fees to checking accounts, which some say is the beginning of the end for 'free checking' in the U.S.

 

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