Ylan Mui

Washington Post

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Reporter covering consumers and the economy at the Washington Post; personal website

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The Bank of America says new financial regulations are costing big money, and it's going to charge ordinary consumers to help make up the difference.

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The Bank of America says new financial regulations are costing big money, and it's going to charge ordinary consumers to help make up the difference.

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