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# Bank Charges

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# Consumers
Open thread: How do YOU save money on banking fees?
Did you switch banks, or do you take out large sums of money in one go? Tell us your tips.
Column: Why don’t we switch banks, just like other services?
We switch phone, car insurance, and utility providers if we spot a better deal somewhere else – but just one in four of us has ever changed bank accounts. Do the banks really deserve such loyalty? asks Michael Dowling.
AIB loses money on ATM withdrawals
The Finance Minister has said that he cannot intervene in AIB’s plan to raise fees.
# Bank Charges
AIB is increasing its bank charges from the end of August
Customers will be asked to pay 35c for an ATM withdrawal, and 39c for a transaction that requires staff assistance.
# need to know
The Evening Fix... now with added memes and genes
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
# Bank Charges
Bank of Ireland is changing its fees for current accounts
Instead of a flat fee of 28c per transaction, customers will now pay less for automated transactions but more for others.
# Bank Charges
Ulster Bank drops free banking with €4 monthly charge for current accounts
Ulster Bank will charge €4 a month for current accounts from July – unless customers keep minimum balances or lodge certain amounts.
# Student finance
Students advised to compare bank accounts before signing up
National Consumer Agency says it’s important that students check all penalty charges before choosing their account.
# Bank Charges
Customers should consider ditching AIB over new charges - NCA chief
Ann Fitzgerald said she would be asking the Financial Regulator to examine the new charging regime introduced by the bank.
# Bank Charges
Central Bank tells banks to scrap certain 'out-of-order' account charges
An inspection by the Central Bank leads to directions that certain ‘out-of-order’ charges are unfair and should be dropped.
# Bank Charges
Bank of Ireland to begin charging some people for first time
Consumer group criticises decision to begin imposing fees on some customers from 21 February.