Canadians are always looking for better ways to bank in the U.S. Snowbirds need a U.S. bank account to take care of the bills at their condo. Canadian shoppers want easier ways to pay their Macy’s or J.C. Penney account after cross-border shopping sprees. Opening an account at a U.S.
Canada’s banks are solid, but their service seems to be slipping. After keeping fees stable for awhile, banks are raising charges on a variety of services. Interest rates on lines of credit are being adjusted. At the same time, banks are reporting record profits and senior executives are earning compensation