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“I think the overall view that we would be raising rates gradually over the next two years and getting back to a normal level is the one I think I have a lot more read more

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Wolters Kluwer has prepared projected inflation-adjusted tax brackets for the 2018 Tax Rate Tables, the standard deduction, personal exemption and other tax amounts read more

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One proposal:   nationalize Equifax and the other two major credit reporting companies, Experian and TransUnion. We could follow other countries’ example and read more

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People create fake versions of big companies’ websites all the time, usually for phishing purposes. But the companies do not usually link to them by read more

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From Bloomberg To feed its clients' insatiable desire for loans, Morgan Stanley is hoping to gather fresh cash by offering savers the country's top rate for read more

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4. Why not pay Experian and TransUnion, the two other large consumer-credit reporting agencies, to freeze the credit files connected to every victim of the most read more

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Discover which payment types your small business should accept in this comprehensive guide.

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Getting all stockbrokers, financial planners and insurance agents to act in the best interests of their clients is a struggle that financial firms and their read more

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The more-than 41 million retirees receiving Social Security checks in 2017 can expect to see an increase in monthly benefit checks in 2018, but read more

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When Congress hauls in Equifax CEO Richard Smith to grill him, it can start by asking why he put someone with degrees in music in charge of the company’s data read more

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The checker, hosted by TrustedID (a subsidiary of Equifax) that millions of users are checking to see if their private information has been stolen doesn't read more

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In the U.S., $1 million in retirement savings will last anywhere from 12 years to 26 years, depending on where you live. Where does your state rank?

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Credit reporting agency Equifax’s July data breach leaked information on 143 million US-based people, almost half the country’s population. But if you read more

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In letter to Trump, cites personal reasons and defends bank regulation

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Equifax, one of the three major consumer credit reporting agencies, said on Thursday that a data breach left Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers and read more

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The mildly disappointing jobs report in August will be little more than a speed bump on the Federal Reserve's road to continue tightening, economists said Friday.

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We know the past few days have been difficult for so many. Please know we are truly sorry for all your losses and understand the road ahead will be challenging. read more

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Just found 1.4 million more unauthorized accounts. 

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NEW YORK (AP) - Wells Fargo is now saying 3.5 million customers were impacted by its fake accounts scandal, a dramatic increase from the 2.1 million accounts it read more

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Michelle Singletary described the problems of debit card fraud that her godmother went through and offers some useful tips if you continue to use debit cards read more

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Approaching its 20th Anniversary, Community Bank & Trust of Florida finds itself the last locally owned and operated bank in Marion and Alachua Counties read more

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3 compelling reasons to take down your business’s “cash only” sign.

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The writer of The Finance Buff, Harry Sit, has began an Advice-Only financial help service (a fee-for-service financial advisor with no recurring asset-based fees read more

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Click on the amount you would invest in a CD. Then the length. Only the 2 year CD at 1.85% is competitive. But the gifts you can choose are amazing.  Make read more

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Quarterly Net Income Is 10.7 Percent Higher Than a Year EarlierCommunity Bank Net Income Rises 8.5 Percent From a Year AgoAverage Return On Assets of 1.14 Percent read more

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LOS ANGELES – An Orange County woman who worked at a local credit union in Hawthorne and her online boyfriend have been named in a superseding indictment that read more

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Mortgage marketing has changed; consumers have access to more lenders than ever before, expect faster approvals, require complete transparency, and are quick to read more

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A fissure appears to be developing at the Federal Reserve over when to raise interest rates: One side is preaching caution in a low-inflation environment while read more

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While it is much better than using a single password, two-factor authentication is not completely uncrackable. Skilled criminals have hijacked authentication read more

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Some useful tips from Allan Roth in this AARP article: Saving a few bucks is always good. But making hundreds to a few thousand dollars every year on what you read more

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