Do you really need a bank?
The answer may not be as clear-cut as it once was. Consider the alternatives.
- FIDELITY VIEWPOINTS
- – 07/24/2014
Stopping by the local bank branch used to be part of most Americans’ everyday routine, like picking up milk and bread at the grocery store. But in recent years, a changing technological and regulatory landscape and a steady onslaught of fee increases at banks has helped erode the central role they once played in many people’s lives.