Earlier this week, Bank of America eliminated their last checking account that doesn’t require a minimum balance in order to avoid monthly fees. B of A is following a trend among the larger banks in the U.S., and their decision leaves low-income customers with even fewer banking options. Morning Shift discusses the move, and what it means for consumers.
Plus, we take your calls about where you do your banking and where you draw the line with fees.
Nancy Marshall-Genzer, Marketplace reporter