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Starting Sept. 21, consumers nationwide will be able to place and lift credit freezes for free under federal law. Up until now, credit-reporting agencies — which read more
Last July the Medicare trustees report forecast that 2019 Part B monthly premiums will remain at about $134. After that, they are expected to rise about 5 percent read more
The year-over-year increase in CPI-W was 3.1% in June, higher than overall 'headline' inflation measured by CPI-U.Inflation measured by CPI-W in July, August and read more
If you have $75,000, Chase has good news for you. Chase JPM, -0.02% announced Thursday it is offering 60,000 points to customers who use a new read more
A credit freeze — also known as a “security freeze” — restricts access to your credit file, making it far more difficult for identity thieves to open new accounts read more
I realize that there's one of these articles every week, but I'm a huge proponent of Roth IRAs and recommend that everyone of pre-retirement age at least consider read more
From CNBC Long-awaited wage growth posted a recovery high in August while payroll gains beat expectations and the unemployment rate held near a generational read more
The Public Interest Research Group has generated a laundry list of missteps by Equifax here:? Delaying public notification for at least six weeks ? Setting up an read more
By Yet another key measure of U.S. inflation could soon hit the highest level in six years, but don't expect the head honcho at the Federal Reserve to get uptight. read more
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Federal officials are investigating Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former personal attorney, for possible bank and tax fraud violations in connection with $20 read more
"By Exactly 83 years ago this week, the Social Security Act was signed into law. It was Aug. 14, 1935, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in his first term as read more
Alan S. Kaufman, who has been accused by the NCUA for allegedly violating laws and his fiduciary duties while he served as president/CEO of Melrose Credit read more
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Wells Fargo says a company mistake contributed to hundreds of foreclosures because it miscalculated customers' eligibility for mortgage read more
Why should the increase in retirement accounts due to inflation be subject to tax when non-retirement investments get a tax break?
Vermont’s new law to regulate credit card machine leasing is a win for small businesses across the state. Here’s what you need to know.
Michigan regulators shut down a Detroit church-owned credit union with more than $600,000 in deposits on Tuesday for "unsound" operations. The Michigan Department read more
Agreement with Ken's biweekly posts The Federal Reserve will issue a statement declaring strong growth and inflation moving to its 2% target, making clear more read more
From Bloomberg High-earners are learning what tax experts have known for years: Tax collectors in states like New York make it really hard to leave. If you're read more