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Record Low Share of Americans Think Now Is Good Time to Buy a Home
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Polls Show Most Women Say They Aren’t Financially Secure
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of May 15: Rates Continue Slide
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Here's How LeBron James Became the NBA's First Billionaire
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Top Savings Account Rates Today, May 12
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Student Loan Payments are Set To Resume, Regardless of Court Decision on Forgiveness
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Survey Shows Real Estate Is Americans' Favorite Long-Term Investment
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Only One-Third of Small Businesses Offer Employees Retirement Plans
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Social Security Recipients May See Big Drop in Cost-of-Living Increase
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of May 8: Rates Drop
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Where Are Savings Account Rates Headed?
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Investors’ Worries Hit Their Peak Amid Recession Fears and Bank Failures
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Top Savings Account Rates Today, May 5
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Robinhood's Cash Account Now Pays 4.65%. Here's How It Compares.
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What the Fed's Latest Hike Could Mean for Savers and Borrowers
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of May 1: Rates Ease
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Tax Refunds Were $259 Lower This Year Without Pandemic Benefits
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What a Fed Rate Hike Could Mean for Your Deposit Accounts
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Top Savings Account Rates Today, April 27
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of April 24: Rates Keep Climbing
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You Still Have Time to Wrest Your Tiny Share of $725M From Facebook
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Leonardo DiCaprio’s Green Business Empire
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Young Adult Homeowners Have it Better Than Their Parents
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of April 17: Rates Keep Rising
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New York Tops the World’s Wealthiest Cities, San Francisco Home to Most Billionaires
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Here's How Apple’s New Savings Account Compares
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Your Emergency Fund Could Earn $72 Per Month in a Savings Account
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Retirement Savers Turning to Cash Amid Market Volatility
New Homeowners Getting Home Ready For Fall
Majority of Millennials are Now Homeowners
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of April 10: Rates Jump
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Tax Day is a Week Away: What's New This Year?
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Investopedia Launches The Classroom Investor Newsletter
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HSA Investments Fall on Poor Markets, Rising Rates
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Dissatisfied Financial Customers Seek More Personalized Service, Solid Advice
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of April 3: Rates Edge Up
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Taylor Swift's Net Worth and Business Empire Explained
A security guard watches a customer leave a Silicon Valley Bank office on March 13, 2023 in Santa Clara, California. Days after Silicon Valley Bank collapsed, customers are lining up to try and retrieve their funds from the failed bank. The Silicon Valley Bank failure is the second largest in U.S. history.
Customers Have All But Stopped Pulling Deposits from Small Banks
Time Running Out for Retirees to Complete Mandatory IRA Withdrawals
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of March 27: Rates Sink
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Payment For Typical New Mortgage Hits $2,060
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of March 20: Rates Edge Down
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Individual Investors Still Skittish Amid Persistent Inflation and Bank Worries
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of March 13: Rates Rise
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Rohit Chopra testifies before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill on December 15, 2022 in Washington, DC.
What the CFPB Calls a Junk Fee and What to Do About Them
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of March 6: Rates Inch Up
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Blame Surging Mortgage Rates For Threadbare For-Sale Listings
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Signed Manhattan, Brooklyn Home Contracts Jump in February
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of February 27: Rates edge down
401(k) and IRA Balances Plunged Over 20% in 2022
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of February 20: Rates inch down
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Younger Borrowers Are Falling Behind on Credit Card and Car Loans
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of February 13: Rates rise
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Debt Collections Fell 33% Over Last Four Years, CFPB Says
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Here’s How To Pay Taxes On Your Super Bowl Winnings
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Tax Filing Starts Jan. 23, IRS Says
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Hottest Home Markets Cool as Cities That Missed Pandemic Boom Gain
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Minimum Wage Workers Need Three Roommates to Rent Two Bedrooms
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Nearly Half of Renters Spend 30% of Income on Rent, Research Shows
Annuity Sales Hit Record in 2022 as Investors Sought Security
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Cash-Strapped Americans Increasingly Tap Savings, Retirement Accounts