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Watch out for rising bank fees. The troubled economy has “wreaked havoc on the banking industry, putting them in desperate need of capital,” warns Peter Weiland, an internal consultant at Weiland Financial Group in Chicago. Many banks will turn to cash management fee increases to buoy sinking profits, he predicts. They’ll raise fees now “because they need to and because they can,” Weiland says. Cash management relationships are “sticky,” and concern over access to scarce credit makes it even safer for banks to raise fees without fear of losing many customers, he argues.

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