Personal finance

Pushing Dollars: A Guide to Zombie Debt

The average American has “about 38,000 in personal debt, excluding home mortgage,” a $1,000 increase from

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3 Top Retirement Regrets to Banish

The three “legs” on the traditional retirement planning model—Social Security, pensions, and personal savings—have been wobbly

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How ‘Secure’ Is the Retirement Savings Bill?

Business reporters can get ahead of the competition by advancing this personal finance story that will

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States Aren’t Waiting for Washington to Offer Workers Retirement Security

Let’s start with the good news about retirement savings security.  According to the report released on

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How Much Money Do Your Readers Waste on Non-Essential Purchases?

The question is likely to spark some strong response among your readers. According to an April 2019

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Alert Your Readers to the Equifax Data Breach Settlement

On July 22, 2019, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed a claim against Equifax, the credit

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Time to Update This ‘Evergreen’ Story on Emergency Savings and Retirement Security

When the business news cycle slows down in the summer, there are plenty of “evergreen” personal

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Don’t Let This Story Go Up in Smoke!

Have you been reading the ads distributed by your news organization’s outlets lately? You may be

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Medicare for All — Promise or Peril?

S. 1129, aimed at providing comprehensive health care for all Americans, is gaining more attention:The Medicare

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What is the True Face of U.S. Consumer Debt?

The face of U.S. debt is changing, according to the New York Federal Reserve Board. Viewed

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