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Of the nearly $2.4 million Intuit spent on lobbying in 2016, about 75% of itinvolved one particular piece of legislation, the Free File Act of 2016, which read more
House Republicans released their plan to overhaul the Affordable Care Act Monday night and they want health savings accounts to play a larger role in how Americans read more
Starting on Monday, Wells Fargo & Co depositors can withdraw money using a smartphone at any branded ATM, the latest sign of U.S. lenders moving away from read more
Efforts to encourage new credit unions are hamstrung by a 17-step chartering process and burdensome regulations—hurdles that are too high for many potential read more
From Deutsche Welle, Germany's public international broadcaster: Wealthy customers at a major German bank will earn negative interest rates on their read more
Deutsche Bank’s bonus pool for 2016 has been cut by almost 80% to just €500 million, according to its annual report, after the bank made heavy losses.
From a July 2016 article--- The record shows that the CFPB’s track record with consumers is undeniably positive. Its work has returned $11.7 billion to read more
Some excerpts from this WSJ article At some point, the Federal Reserve's rate increases will trickle down to savers, who have been getting next to nothing on their read more
The basics on identity theft; contains nice table on state-by-state costs associated with a credit freeze.
"In 2016, JP Livingston celebrated her 28th birthday. She also retired. Last month, I spoke with her about how she was able to retire, despite the fact that she read more
As expected, the Fed has raised its target rate by a quarter point to a range of 0.75% to 1%, and says it continues to expect gradual rate hikes over the next few read more
Equifax, Experian and TransUnion have jointly made a decision to remove most tax liens and civil judgments from consumer credit files effective July 1, read more
Inflation finally trending up makes them happy. Are savers better off when low inflation results in lower interest rates which make possible far lower read more
We remain on track which should lead to the hoped-for Fed hike next week.
Retirement planning, to say the least, can be intimidating for most. What is the magic number you will need in your savings account to be ready to retire? Everyone read more
Opening a checking account using only a smartphone or tablet is still a pipe dream for most users, according to new research from Javelin Strategy & Research.
Ms. Yellen’s declaration, in a speech in Chicago, capped an intensification in the Fed’s communication in recent days as officials put investors on notice that read more
The next interest rate increase could be closer than it appears. That's after documents released Wednesday show that Federal Reserve officials spent their meeting read more
Bank of America is testing "completely automated" branches, its latest push into self-service as CEO Brian Moynihan seeks to further lower costs at the read more
Traders now see slightly more than a 50% chance the Federal Reserve raises interest rates at its two-day meeting ending March 15. According to Bloomberg's world read more
A Washington D.C. circuit court of appeals ruled last fall that the bureau’s structure was unconstitutional. It found that too much “unilateral power” read more
Nobody likes those fees. Except banks. America's three biggest banks -- JPMorgan Chase , Bank of America and Wells Fargo -- earned more than $6.4 billion last year read more