The Fight for the Middle Class: Resources to Help With Jobs, Banks and Health Care

ATM fees can also add up to a big annual cost. As GMA contributor Mellody Hobson has reported, typical out-of-network ATM fees are now around $3.50, which can add up to hundreds of dollars per year. Hobson recommends either only using your bank's ATMs or switching to a bank that doesn't charge those fees. Charles Schwab and E*Trade will both reimburse any ATM fees you pay.

Other resources:

Bankrate.com

National Endowment for Financial Education

National Association of Personal Financial Advisors

Society for Financial Education and Professional Development

Consolidated Credit Counseling Services

Free Credit Reports

Health Care

Understanding your insurance coverage is complicated enough, even without considering the debate that's currently underway in Washington, D.C.

There are steps you can take to better manage your health care to make the best choices.

Healthline.com has a number of article to help you understand your plan, enroll in Medicare, and decipher complex terminology.

ABC News also maintains an extensive health page at ABCNews.com/health. There, you can find tools to help you check out symptoms, find doctors, and take preventive steps to maintain your health.

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