Banking Chairman Brown Pushing Federal Digital Wallet Proposal

Senate Banking Chairman Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) intends to introduce his “Banking for All Act” again this year. It would allow anyone to set up a free bank account at a bank, credit union or Post Office. The bank account, known as a FedAccount, would serve as a digital wallet and would solve the problem of delivering stimulus payments and tax credits to citizens who do not now have bank accounts.

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Banking Chairman Brown Pushing Federal Digital Wallet Proposal

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