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: Technical analyst bullish on Twitter Ford accelerates sales in North America Energy downturn: No light at the end of the tunnel TransAlta faces millions in fines over price fixing China's wild ride: What it means for Canada Husky Energy profit drops 81% on oil prices Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Campbell, Lee & Ross’s Bruce Campbell What if the Fed doesn't hike rates in September? Former Greek finance minister made secret plan to hack tax data Would a Toronto Olympics become a tax payer's nightmare? WestJet profit soars thanks to cheap fuel TransAlta found guilty of manipulating power prices U.K. to clamp down on 'dirty money' housing Home Capital loses veteran director Profit surges at UPS Dairy farmers holding Canada's national interest hostage: lawyer A long-term bull sees risks in stocks The loonie's decline likely isn't over yet: CIBC BP's profits hit by spill charge U.K. growth bounces back 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?