Regulation No expiry date for prepaid credit cards: Flaherty Add to ... CP Video Published Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012 2:39PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012 2:39PM EDT Under new rules from the federal government, issuers of prepaid cards won't be able to impose expiry dates. Finance Minister Jim Flaherty also says fees or service charges must be plainly disclosed. Watch More Video: The best place to hold U.S. dividend stocks What’s with all the overspending on weddings (average cost: $31,000+)? Money Manager: Brexit shock market selloff is overdone Rosenberg is waiting for this signal before buying post-Brexit Post-Brexit is Toronto's chance to further position for prominence Extra canal capacity for Panama - finally Less investor pain in Spain? Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from 5i Research's Ryan Modesto Pound slides to 31-year low as Brexit worries hammer British markets Brexit vote shakes Asian auto makers Markets battered by Brexit aftershocks Mah-jong games instead of job interviews Video: Osbourne tries to calm Brexit fears London's French fear 'Brexit' fallout Markets wracked with post-Brexit anxiety Can the marriage of a spender and a saver possibly last? Vote to leave: Where do we go from here? How Brexit threatens to weigh on Canada’s economic growth IMF will work to dampen volatility after Brexit Stocks open sharply lower after Brexit vote Comments AA More Related to this Story Video: Flaherty announces steep increases to MP pension contributions Video: Opposition braces for budget bill round two Streetwise Video Streetwise Video: Is Flaherty right about Europe's banks?