New data shows only 59% of low income households have a checking account.
New study finds ATM fees increased 55% over the last 10 years; overdraft fees bounced back to new highs.
Overdraft fees are still big business for credit unions and banks.
Credit union member satisfaction drops for the first time in four years, according to a recent survey.
The cost of an out-of-network ATM withdrawal rises to $4.57, according to a new survey.
The bureau reports banks, credit unions penalize borrowers when a payday lender’s attempt to collect payment fails.
MoneyRates and Bankrate experts offer insight into how credit union members save at least $39 per year in fees.
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Economist says credit unions are paying for free checking services by raising their overdraft fees.
This challenge of income sustainability must be resolved if credit unions are to deliver services without harming the people they are dedicated to helping.