Looking for the latest trends in checking? You'll find them in Bankrate.com's 2010 Checking Study.7 key checking trends to watch
Bankrate's 2010 Checking Study found that many fees are going up. We tell you how to avoid them.Banks yank free checking
Bankrate's 2010 Checking Study finds more banks apply fees to checking. Can you keep yours for free?Low yields stymie checking
Bankrate's 2010 Checking Study finds consumers face low yields and high fees. What are your options?Bounced-check fees break $30
Penalties for bounced checks jumped this year. Find out if your city is among those with the lowest.Banks snacking on higher ATMs
Bankrate's 2010 Checking Study finds banks are hiking fees to use another bank's ATM. Can you avoid them?Infographic: How free is your checking?
Looking for the latest trends in checking? Here are the highlights from Bankrate.com's 2010 Checking Study.5 cities with highest bad-check fees
Penalties for bounced checks rose this year. Find out if your city is among those with the highest.5 cities with lowest bad-check fees
Penalties for bounced checks jumped this year. Find out if your city is among those with the lowest.5 cities with highest ATM fees
ATM surcharges jumped this year. Find out if your city is among those with the highest.5 cities with lowest ATM fees
ATM surcharges edged up this year. Find out if your city is among those with the lowest penalties. Free checking accounts decline
Free checking accounts come with strings attached. ATM fees keep rising
ATM fees are going up, but there are ways to avoid them. Interest checking means higher minimums
Higher balance requirements and fees for interest checking are rising. Overdraft charges climb
Watch your account balances to avoid higher overdraft fees. advertisementRelated Links:Good banking habits with new technologyCredit unions: No need for company tiesPros and cons of prepaid debit cards Related Articles:Subscribe to Bankrate newslettersIs online checking for you?Checking account tips
Looking for the latest trends in checking? You'll find them in Bankrate.com's 2010 Checking Study.
Bankrate wants to hear from you and encourages thoughtful and constructive comments. We ask that you stay focused on the story topic, respect other people's opinions, and avoid profanity, offensive statements, illegal contents and advertisement posts. Comments are not reviewed before they are posted. Bankrate reserves the right (but is not obligated) to edit or delete your comments. Please avoid posting private or confidential information, and also keep in mind that anything you post may be disclosed, published, transmitted or reused. We do not permit the inclusion of hyperlinks in comments and may remove any comment that includes a hyperlink.
John Stumpf, CEO of Wells Fargo, is retiring effective now, 3 weeks after he apologized to the Senate Banking Committee for the bank's unauthorized accounts scandal.
... Read more