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U.S. Consumers Have Better Credit Than Ever
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My Sister’s Money Earns Miles Instead of Interest With This Savings Account
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Patrick Mahomes Is Investing in F1—Here's His Net Worth
Halloween 2023 Spending
Americans Expected To Spend More Than $12 Billion on Halloween This Year
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ARM Applications Reach Another High Amid Elevated Rates, Stricter Rules
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Credit Card Debt Has Made a Huge Comeback
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of Oct. 23, 2023: Rates Increase Again
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More Subprime Borrowers Are Falling Behind On Car Loans As Payments Surge
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Young Investors Are Waiting for Major Life Milestones to Seek Financial Advisors
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Drake Tied With Michael Jackson For Billboard Singles—Here's Drake's Net Worth
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Earn 6% on a Checking Account? It's Possible With These High-Yield Options
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How Does Apple Card Savings Compare to the Best Savings Account Rates?
A residential real estate for sale sign is seen as inflation and interest rates increase October 27, 2022, in Washington, DC. (
Homes Have Somehow Gotten Even Less Affordable
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Health-Care Premiums Up 7% in 2023 After Modest Rise Last Year, Survey Finds
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Existing Home Sales Fall Below 4 Million for First Time Since October 2010
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Inflation Spurs Rethink of Retirement Savings Strategy, Survey Shows
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Taxpayers In 13 States Can File Online Directly To The IRS This Year
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Wealthy Investors Are Relying on Financial Advisors More Than Ever, Cerulli Says
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Why There's A Gold Rush at Costco
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Home Builder Confidence Drops to Lowest Since January
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of Oct. 16, 2023: Rates Move Upward
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Saving for My Wedding Is So Much Easier With a High-Yield Savings Account
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More Gen Z Women Investing Could Help Narrow Gender Gap in Retirement Savings
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Social Security Cost of Living Adjustment To Rise 3.2% in 2024
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Why Did Saving Go Out of Style In the US?
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Today's Best High-Yield Savings Account Now Pays Even More
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More People Applying for Adjustable Rate Mortgages in Unaffordable Market
A for sale sign hangs in front of a home on August 22, 2023 in San Mateo County, California.
Homes Are So Unaffordable, 8% Mortgage Rates Wouldn’t Make Much Difference
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of Oct. 9, 2023: Rates Ease
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Vanguard Finds Only Top Earners Are Financially on Track for Retirement
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These Savings Accounts Pay 7% to 10%—For Kids and Teens
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Earning Less Than 5% on Your Savings? You're Missing Out.
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Computers Drive Up Job Applications but Offers, Acceptances Fall
Jim Morrison, head of Jeep brand for FCA North America, unveils the Jeep Grand Wagoneer during the 2022 New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) in New York, U.S., on Wednesday, April 13, 2022.
Why More People Than Ever Are Paying Over $1000 a Month for New Cars
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AI May Not Boost Productivity for Everyone and Likely Won't Have an Economic Impact Soon
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Buying A Home Is Getting Harder But Some Creative Thinking May Help
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The Unpaid Workforce That Cares For The Elderly Is 37.1 Million Strong
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of Oct. 2, 2023: Rates Edge Up
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Investors Grow More Fearful Amid High Rates and Political Uncertainty
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'Dumb Money' Movie Review: A Funny and Fast Retelling of 2021's GameStop Craze
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Half of Americans Worry About a Market Crash and Are Keeping More Money in Cash
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How Could Rising Interest Rates Impact BNPL Users and Companies?
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Do You Have To Pay Taxes For Reselling Concert Tickets? What You Need To Know
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Homes Are Hardly Affordable Anywhere in the Country
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Student Loan Borrowers Recalibrate Budgets as Repayment Looms
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New Record Rate for High-Yield Savings Accounts
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Inflation Driving Up Medical Debt, Forcing Missed Doctor Visits
US President Joe Biden addresses striking members of the United Auto Workers (UAW) union at a picket line outside a General Motors Service Parts Operations plant in Belleville, Michigan, on September 26, 2023. Some 5,600 members of the UAW walked out of 38 US parts and distribution centers at General Motors and Stellantis at noon September 22, 2023, adding to last week's dramatic worker walkout. According to the White House, Biden is the first sitting president to join a picket line.
Here's How The UAW Strike Could Hit You And Your Car
 Chevrolet Cruze cars are offered for sale at Jack Phelan Chevrolet on October 25, 2016 in Lyons, Illinois. The compact car was discontinued in 2019.
Customers Are Clamoring For Cheap Cars That U.S. Automakers Stopped Producing
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Women Spend $15 Billion More on Out-of-Pocket Healthcare, Deloitte Reports
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of Sept. 25, 2023: Rates Dip
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Just a Third of People Were Financially Independent From Parents As Adults, Study Says
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People Are Working in Retirement To Stay Active—Or So They Say
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Your Medical Debt Could Get Wiped Off Your Credit Report With CFPB's New Proposal
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People Support Building More Housing, But Not in Their Neighborhoods
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Black, Latina, and Hispanic Women Report More Investment Knowledge Than 5 Years Ago
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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of Sept. 18, 2023: Rates Edge Up
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What To Know About IRS' Catch-Up Contribution Guidance
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Pensions Can Help Narrow Race and Gender Gaps in Retirement, But Few US Workers Have Them
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Affordability Is Main Obstacle for Home Buyers, NAR Studies Find