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: What are the best professions for working past age 65? GM's profit doubles Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from GlobeInvest's Peter Brieger German business climate hits 2-1/2 year high Britain backs new $22-billion runway at Heathrow What to expect from Apple’s fourth-quarter earnings today Italy's Monte Paschi aims for swift turnaround Chinese investor buys 25 percent of Hilton Hotels AT&T deal could spark consolidation M&A activity on full tilt Money saving tips when travelling abroad Russia admits oil cap would be beneficial Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Scotia Wealth's Greg Newman Decision day for U.K. airport expansion TD Ameritrade buys Scottrade in $4-billion deal Best month in 2016 for euro zone business Microsoft to raise U.K. prices after pound plunges U.K., U.S. growth data give steer on Brexit, Fed Trump would not approve AT&T-Time Warner deal if elected president Retirement at age 75 – seriously? 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?