Bank trade groups are objecting to the Federal Reserve Board's plan for calculating savings account interest during leap years.

In a staff commentary, the Fed has proposed letting banks calculate interest over either 365 or 366 days during a leap year. However, the Fed included one restriction - a bank cannot use 366 days unless the account is open on Feb. 29.

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