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I.D. theft worries consumers, but they don't think there's much to be done about it.
Despite the enthusiasm the industry sees for making payments from smartphones, ease of use and security remain issues for many potential customers.
If it's better rates and more one-on-one customer service you're seeking, smaller financial institutions make a strong case.
Freddie Mac and Freddie Mae might be goners by 2018, with a big impact for consumers who can only afford a house with their 30-year mortgages.
Americans who owe an ACA tax penalty can takes steps to stop the pain with this extension.
It's O.K. to use conventional ways to build a savings fund, but you should think creatively too.
Uncle Sam always has a few surprises in store for taxpayers, so you should get to know them.
Most Americans don't even have $1,000 set aside for future health care emergencies.
Balance transfer credit cards can help pay down debt faster and more easily, but they're only going to work if consumers use them wisely.
Don't leave home for a winter vacation unless you've first taken steps to protect your home.