Saturday April 4, 2020

Managing financial costs

“From the bank's point of view, there is a very fine line between overcharging and simply volunteering a concession that should be there,” said Ronan Coburn of the Bottom Line.

23rd April, 2005

“From the bank's point of view, there is a very fine line between overcharging and simply volunteering a concession that should be there,” said Ronan Coburn of the Bottom Line.

“Some situations can be more accurately described as a failure to volunteer certain information on the part of the bank.”

By having a more efficient approach to your finances, you can cut out unnecessary bank charges.

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