How to Slay New Checking Account Fees

January 7, 2011  |  

(CNNMoney) — It’s like Night of the Living Dead: Every time the feds kill off a set of fees, they come back to life — just in slightly different forms.  Chase said that on Feb. 8 it will be enrolling new customers in a new Total Checking account and charging them a $12 monthly maintenance fee.  Similarly, Bank of America announced that by the end of the year it would restructure its checking accounts and implement new monthly fees, ranging from $8.95 to $25. And unless you analyze its four new checking offerings carefully to find the one that best fits your spending habits, you could end up paying anywhere between $100 and $300 extra in fees per year.

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