Quitting Your Bank: Easier Said Than Done?

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Read Ron Lieber's New York Times column, "Question: Why Pay Bank Fees?"

When Bank of America announced a fee for debit card use — and others consider following suit — many consumers decided it was time to close their accounts. But with online banking and other conveniences, the New York Times' Ron Lieber says many are deciding that switching is not worth the trouble.

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