Personal finance

Crash Course Federal Reserve: Part One

The Federal Reserve System, Part One History, Purpose and Structure The Federal Reserve System is a

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How Natural Disasters Affect Property Taxes

Natural disasters can cause millions of dollars in damage. The tornado that hit Joplin, Missouri in

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3 Bills on Retirement Security to Watch on Capitol Hill

The U.S. trade war is giving many U.S. consumers in, or near, retirement, the financial jitters,

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Are Americans Overly Confident About Retirement?

That’s the question business reporters should follow, after studying a number of recent surveys that are

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How to Localize Rising Healthcare Expenses

New findings show that Americans still face challenges with healthcare costs. A recent survey by Henry

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How to Localize Affordable Housing

Many Americans are spending a significant portion of their income on housing. High costs affect family

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Back to School—and Deeper into Debt: Part 3

This is a three part series. Read part one and part two for complete coverage. Rising student loan debt isn’t

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Back to School—and Deeper into Debt: Part 2

This is a three part series. Read part one and part three for complete coverage. Rising student loan debt isn’t

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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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Back to School—and Deeper into Debt: Part 1

This is a three part series. Read part two and part three for complete coverage. Rising

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