Banks spent more than $337 million in the early 1990s for initial compliance with the Truth-in-Savings Act, a Federal Reserve Board study found.

Banks incurred 38% of their start-up compliance costs when they changed their data processing systems to accommodate uniform disclosure requirements on interest rates and fees.

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