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Even with these changes, Wells Fargo and other banks still stand to make plenty by “dinging” customers $25 or more whenever their withdrawals exceed their deposits. What was originally marketed as a “convenience” to customers to prevent “bouncing” checks has turned into a $29 billion-a-year cash cow for the consumer banking industry. With the majority of overdrafts already exceeding $5, don’t look for the banks’ bottom lines to start hurting any time soon.
So what can you do to protect yourself from these fees? Here are a few tips:
The origin of well-known company names like Ford Motor Company or Microsoft are pretty easy to figure out. (Ford Motor was founded by Henry Ford; Microsoft produces software for microprocessors.) But other well-known companies have names whose derivations are not so obvious.
Here are some interesting developments from the world of health and medicine:
You can be one of the lucky ones to find a rewarding career path by becoming a dental assistant. Dental assisting training at Everest College can place you on the fast track to certification.
Here are some interesting stories from the world of health and medicine:
Here’s some interesting news from the world of health and medicine:
Innumerable books and articles have been written about resume writing, but when all is said and done, the essentials of an effective resumé tend to boil down to these simple concepts:
Here are some simple ways you can make the most of what you make—and maybe even have a little left over before your next payday.
There’s no question that going “out to the movies” can be an expensive proposition. Nationwide, the average cost of an adult movie ticket is about $7.25 ($12.00 in major urban areas). Figure in the cost of a box of popcorn and a soda at your typical highway robbery concession stand, and it’s no wonder that anyone on a budget must consider a rental DVD or—gasp!—network television as a more responsible entertainment alternative.
We all do best in life when in an environment that encourages the realization of our truest self-potential.