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4 bank perks you probably don't know about

Whether you've got the big bucks or are working on it, it's nice to know that some banks out there roll out the red carpet for loyal customers. Not only do they promise to manage your funds smartly, they offer a variety of services to make the experience that much better. Here, we've outlined some of the lesser-known perks that are currently lurking in Bank Land. 1. Bank of America Preferred Rewards For those with a minimum $20,000 balance in their Bank of America and/or Merrill Edge or Merrill Lynch investment accounts, the company offers a three-tiered program aptly titled Preferred Rewards.
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