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Customers trying to access the Wells Fargo & Co website were blocked in what is suspected as another cyber attack. Read more »
Despite the increased payroll taxes that came in with the new year, only 30 percent of Americans cut spending. Read more »
A new survey from Nestle shows people can be deceptive about frozen food. Read more »
Rusty Jensen hit financial rock bottom just shy of his 23rd birthday, with more than $110,800 in non-mortgage debt. But in less than five years, he changed his financial future. His net worth went... Read more »
Seventh-graders in Manhattan are helping to feed their families at a young age. Read more »
The hope of employment is increasing in Utah, according to a release from the Utah Department of Workforce Services. Read more »
If inflation grows at the rate it did the past 29 years, medical expenses will quadruple again by the time it's 2040. This graphic designed from Future Advisor shows projected costs in 2040 based... Read more »
The impact of rising rents has a disproportionate impact on lower-income families. Read more »
Retiring is a hope that 28 percent of Americans said they will never be able to afford. Read more »
The problem for Americans comes not because of investing, but lack of knowledge. Of those researched. Read more »
The chances of finding a free checking account are significantly greater at a credit union than a bank. Read more »
About a month after I started my new job, I found myself standing outside of a conference room, waiting to give a presentation to my employer's executive committee. Fortunately, my experiences as a... Read more »
As the amount of student debt in America has grown to nearly $1 trillion and the average cost of college tuition has dramatically increased, some experts say that the model of higher education is... Read more »
Students at College of the Ozarks have been barred from accepting federal student loans since the 1990s. The school will cease certifying private student loans this fall. Students earn their... Read more »
Home builders are becoming less confident in new construction, according to the National Association of Home Builders. Read more »
The 30-year fixed mortgage climbed to 3.85 percent this week, according to Bankrate's weekly national survey. Read more »
The attitudes of working moms towards full-time employment have changed over the past five years. Read more »
There is no need to go commercial for Easter, as there are ways to save money while having fun during the holiday. Read more »
In the 1990s, Graham Hill could be found in a giant house with the latest electronics, cars and appliances. Read more »
With large refunds coming, tax time is the best time for many families to set aside some money for savings. Read more »
Moving to a place with a lower cost of living can be like getting a raise in salary. Read more »
Talking to aging parents about how they might best protect themselves against financial exploitation, sometimes from other family members, takes a deft touch, advocates say. Read more »
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Joe Gross, self-professed 'National Mortgage Expert,' talks about the pros and cons of home mortgages in today's economy. Read more »
The housing market may be on its way to another bubble, according to a new article that ran Thursday on Bloomberg.com. Read more »
A new smartphone app called Buycott will help consumers determine whether the products they buy are owned by companies whose values align with their own. Read more »
According to a new study by the Institute of Economic Affairs, retiring may have a negative effect on one's health. Read more »
Paying off a home mortgage early has some advantages — and some dangers. Read more »
With the increasing problem of identity theft, the Consumer Federation of America has released a new set of tips to avoid being tricked by false organizations designed to steal personal... Read more »
Yes, the debate about owning gold as an investment will likely always rage on. Just be careful not to make significant moves with your money based on emotion — and in this gold environment,... Read more »
Nearly a quarter of the people who participated in a new survey by Ameriprise Financial said that supporting adult children or grandchildren had disrupted their retirement savings. Read more »
On average, people may have money in their retirement accounts, but the median shows that half of Americans are unprepared for retirement. Read more »
Cyprus may presell the country's offshore natural gas reserves to raise cash quickly and pull it out of its deep financial crisis, the country's finance minister said Thursday. Read more »
When the price of gold plunged $200 last month, many people thought they caught the sound of the gold bubble popping. Read more »
You don’t have to break the bank or go into debt to throw your perfect wedding. There are lots of wedding expenses that can be easily downsized, or avoided altogether. Read more »
According to multiple new studies, many homebuyers do not understand the terms of their mortgage. Read more »
People avoid awkward money moments, but there are a few things they could do to make them less embarrassing. Read more »
A plunge in the cost of gas drove down a measure of U.S. consumer prices last month by the most since December 2008. Excluding the drop in fuel costs, prices were largely unchanged. Read more »
According to a recent report by The Vanguard Group, consumer credit increased only $8 billion in March, the smallest it’s been in eight months. Read more »
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