Based on some comments, I think providing some insight from Economics, Business and Finance (not my areas but I am familiar with their practices), where submission fees have become prevalent. This is the expansion of a comment I left in the first answer, and perhaps selfishly I would not want it to get lost.
A reliable but not exclusive guide for traditional publishers is the Academic Journal Guide by Chartered ABS. It does not include PLOS or some journals with good impact factors, but is a common quality benchmark (publication quality, promotion etc).
Finance is an easy one to deal with, as it includes only 8 4* journals. Economics, Management etc are easy to cross-check but more numerous. Links provided for the submission instructions, as I provide only an summary.
The Journal of Finance - published by Wiley:
Submission Fees: High-Income Economies. AFA Members: $250, Non-Members: $300, Middle-Income Economies. AFA Members: $100, Non-Members: $150, Low-Income Economies. No Submission Fee
Return/Refund Policy: if editorial decision taken 100 days after submission, applies to first submission only, refund at desk reject.
Journal of Financial Economics - published by Elsevier
Submission fees: $900 for journal subscribers, $1,000 for non-subscribers (institutional subscriptions do not count). Referees are paid an honorarium out of the submission fee. There are no page charges.
Refund: on the last submission if accepted for publication.
The Review of Financial Studies - published by Oxford University Press
Submission fees: SFS Member Fee $240, Nonmember Fee: $300 [Paying the nonmember fee gives the submitting author a one-year SFS membership.]
Refund: The fee is waived if conditionally accepted. Invited Dual Submission: The first round fee is waived; subsequent rounds require the submission fee.
The Journal of Corporate Finance - published by Elsevier
Submission fees: US$ 300 at first submission, US$ 270 at revision submission. The submission fee applies to every round, unless waived by the Publisher.
Refund: none, even at desk rejection (my note: this is a very common rule in Elsevier journals)
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis - published by the University of Washington
Submission fees: $350. Refund: $275 at desk rejection.
Journal of Financial Intermediation - published by Elsevier
Submission fee: US$400 for all new submissions and for revisions. Refund: None. Desk rejected papers will no longer be refunded starting 1st January 2018.
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking - published by Wiley
Submission fees: $150 for subscribers and $200 for non-subscribers, no submission fee for a resubmitted revised paper. Refund: not mentioned (my note: probably no refund)
Review of Finance - published by Oxford University Press
Submission fee: €300 for a regular submission or resubmission, reduced to €250 for EFA members. Refund: full if the editorial decision is rendered after more than 100 days. The clock starts from the day that the submission is moved out of the holding tank and assigned to an Editor. If the paper is desk rejected without an external report, all but €100 of the fee is refunded.
On the other hand, SAGE journals such as the reputable Journal of
Management, have no submission fees.