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6 signs of a new age of consumer banking

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Change is afoot in consumer banking
Change is afoot in consumer banking © Goodluz/Shutterstock.com

Banking might seem like a staid business in which not much changes over time. But in fact, consumer banking is constantly in motion.

Despite the Great Recession and the period of recovery since then, banks have been in technology transition, boosting and incorporating new high-tech systems to make banking easier for consumers.

Whether it's universal tellers at bank branches, check-deposit services on mobile devices or concerns about the security of debit card transactions, there seems to be something new. Here's a look at the latest banking trends and how they might affect you as a checking or savings account holder.

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