Updated Friday, August 29, 2014 as of 1:22 AM ET

Why Small Banks Should Consider Hiking Fees

HONOLULU John Buhrmaster has a message for his fellow community bankers: it's time to consider raising fees on deposit accounts.

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Comments (1)
I don't like to turn to credit unions. It seems to me that people in small banks work better. I'm an instant user of small banks. But I like more taking loans online. InstallmentCredits are convenient and fast. It's the best credits that I've ever taken. I don't know for what small banks should consider hiking fees. But I know exactly that the rates of small banks are lower and more stable.
Posted by Jennifer S | Thursday, July 24 2014 at 6:23AM ET
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