I’ve been getting more and more emails from individuals asking for my advice on specific issues. I have always been of the strong belief that a large variety of views are best and then choose the one that you think best fits your situation. I will be listing some of these questions and hope that you will share any advice on how you would handle the situation or approach the difficulty. This first one is a whopper:
I need to know who would be the best person to contact about what happened to one of my accounts with Bank of America. It was linked to another account for my daughter to protect overdrafting. She did a lot of overdrafting, but each time the bank charged the linked account 100.00 or so.
I really do not understand what they did but I lost $17,000.00. I have all the statement that they gave me but I need to talk to some one who could take a look and understand what happened.
If you were in the same situation, what steps would you take to try and resolve this issue?
And some wake-up reading for today:
The Race To Build Really Cheap Cars: Renault-Nissan is hoping to build cars for under $3000 each and the price could be as low as $2500. That would be a 40% reduction on the least expensive sub-compact car available today.
If Personal Finance Were A 4 Year Course In High School: A 4-year plan of what money and personal finance skills high school kids should be learning.