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: Is the low loonie helping Canadian exports? Tangerine makes foray into credit card space French PM vows to punish those responsible for Air France violence Canada’s trade deficit widens as exports fall most since 2012 Big U.S. companies hold $2-trillion abroad SAB strength could brew takeover trouble IMF slashes Canada’s GDP forecast again Worrying signs for 'Made in Germany'? Will debt relief follow Greek budget? France takes hit from Air France scuffle Nearly 1 in 6 couldn't handle $500 increase in mortgage payment: Poll Taking signals from the Fed and Bank of England Toyota shows off semi-autonomous car Twitter makes Jack Dorsey permanent CEO South Korea's Chung facing FIFA suspension Asian importers and exporters set to gain from TPP Volkswagen cars put to the test in South Korea TPP Could triple Canada's beef exports to Japan Are women wary of climbing the corporate ladder? Why the TPP is a fair, balanced deal for Canada 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?