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An article from looks into banking fees for accessing your online accounts using personal finance software like Microsoft Money and Intuit's Quicken. Many banks charge a monthly fee. According to the article, this fee often matches the fee they charge for online BillPay since Money and Quicken lets you pay bills online for free.

In the article a table of the major banks shows which ones charge a fee. Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, SunTrust Banks, and Wells Fargo all charge fees of between $3 and $10 per month. Citibank, HSBC, U.S. Bancorp, Wachovia, and Washington Mutual don't charge fees for the most part.

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