WASHINGTON - After more than a year of debate, the Federal Reserve Board voted 4-3 Wednesday to change the way banks calculate annual percentage yields under Truth-in-Savings.

The new calculation will reflect both the effect of compounding as well as the value of receiving interest during the term of an account.

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