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Title says it all. Old farts will get more borrowed SS money in 2018. Young people will end up holding a giant bag of crushing debt after the seasoned read more
The Social Security Administration said the 2% cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) will begin with benefits payable to Social Security beneficiaries in read more
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
There may be months when you have to miss a payment on your car loan, mortgage or your credit card. If this continues, your bank or credit union has the right to read more
From Reuters: The mixed employment report should not change views the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates in December. Fed Chair Janet Yellen cautioned last read more
Federal Reserve Governor Jay Powell was interviewed by President Donald Trump for the top job at the U.S. central bank, the Wall Street Journal reported read more
Equifax Inc. will debut a new service that will permanently give consumers the ability to lock and unlock their credit for free. The service will be introduced by read more
Millions of people, roughly 143 million Americans, were affected by the Equifax (EFX) data breach.And some of those millions were retirees. The internet is read more
Why Place an Initial Fraud AlertThree national credit reporting companies keep records of your credit history. If someone has misused your personal or financial read more
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), as the new European rule is known, takes effect next May. The GDPR covers how companies store your data, and requires read more
“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
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
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
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
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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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
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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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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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
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.