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‘Does PayPal have fees?’: Yes, but not for all transactions — here’s how you can avoid fees on PayPal
PayPal does have fees, but they're pretty easy to avoid, as long as you're making basic transactions within the US. Here's what you need to know.
Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission found the bank's malpractice affected roughly 5,000 clients over about 28,700 transactions.
Venmo does charge a fee in three main ways, but they are relatively easy to avoid. Here's what you need to know about fees on Venmo.
How to find and replace high-fee funds and ETFs using Personal Capital, which saved me $300 in my first year
Fees for high-cost mutual funds and ETFs can easily take thousands of dollars out of your portfolio between now and retirement.
I ran my investments through Personal Capital’s free tool and was shocked by how much money I’d been wasting in fees
Running my investments through Personal Capital's fee analyzer made me realize I was paying 10 times more in fees than I would for similar accounts.
The difference between typical and expensive 401(k) fees can come down to a single percentage point, but most people have no idea what they’re p...
Fees alone aren't enough reason not to use a 401(k), but being charged 2% or more means that money might be better off elsewhere.
You'll want to pay your taxes, if only to avoid these consequences.
Singapore restaurant’s S$15 birthday cake-cutting fee sparks debate – but it’s fairly common practice and some charge even more
One restaurant charges a whopping S$50 for patrons who ask staff to cut and serve a self-bought birthday cake.
United Airlines will start charging more for some economy seats, and it’s part of a costly trend that’s plaguing the industry
United Airlines announced a plan to begin charging an extra fee for passengers to reserve economy seats near the front of the plane. Separating the costs of various travel services into their own fee group is an industry practice known as "unbundling."
Airlines are charging customers a fortune with a collection of additional fees. This tactic is called "Unbundling," and it's relatively new to the industry, as it was driven by changing economic conditions and the birth of the internet.