9 thoughts on “Are the Fee Fleas eating up $478 a year for you, too?

  1. Chenell Tull

    Haha, I love this article! Such a clever name for those pesky fees. I dumped B of A for Capital One 360 a while back and couldn’t be happier. They have minimal fees (cents on the B of A dollar) and lots of free ATMs in the city where I live.

    Keep up the awesome work with the comics! 🙂

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    1. Stephanie Halligan Post author

      Hmm, yeah… I’ve considered the switch over to Cap One 360 too. Glad to hear you’re happy with it!

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  2. Katie

    You just saved me $26, I hadn’t noticed a fee on my credit card last month and they reversed no questions asked. Thanks!

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    1. Stephanie Halligan Post author

      Yeah, I’m so hesitant to open up a CU account because I move around so much! But deep down I know that it’s the best option

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  3. Veronica

    I love your blog, Stephanie! Unrelated to this post, but I’ve been dying to open a Roth IRA and I see that you don’t have a blog post specifically addressing how you chose where to open yours, I assume since it was pre-blog for you.
    My reason for hesitating so much on opening my retirement account is fear of choosing. It feels like an irreversible decision! It’s not a good reason, I know; but I was wondering if you could share your experience in opening your Roth IRA/choosing a financial adviser. Thanks for the relatable financial blog!

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    1. Stephanie Halligan Post author

      I hear ya – it’s easy to feel paralyzed when there are tons of options. But it’s funny you should ask about this now, because my post next week is about rolling over and opening up IRAs! Stay tuned 🙂

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  4. Jason Vitug

    I love seeing your emails with a new comic each time. Well new to me since I only subscribed a few weeks ago. It’s a fun and engaging way to learn about money. I’m trying to figure out a way to amplify your reach. Keep it up!

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