Truth In Savings Act

The Truth in Savings Act is a federal law that was put into effect in the United States to protect individuals opening savings accounts. The law mandates that banks fully disclose terms, fees and interests rates to their account holders and potential account holders.

The aim of the law is to make banks more credible and sound, and to help consumers make more informed financial decisions.

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