Interest on business accounts may be coming to a bank near you

11/3/2010 | NYTimes.com

A little-publicized provision of the financial-reform law repeals a decades-old mandate that prohibited banks from paying interest on business checking accounts. While banks won't be required to offer interest on the accounts, it could be a competitive advantage for some, especially once rates increase again, experts say.

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