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Is Google the Future of Banking? Some Young Financial Consumers Think So

Fintech giants like Apple and Google may have the inside track on banking's future.

5 Signs You Should Can Your Financial Advisor

Most financial advisors are honest and diligent. But some aren't, and you need to know how to tell the difference.

A Blow-By-Blow Comparison Of the Major Presidential Candidates’ Tax Plans

The presidential hopefuls have laid out their tax plans. Here's quick digest of what they mean for you.

Plan On Squandering Your Tax Refund? Think Again

There's no law that says you have to spend a tax refund - use it to grow wealthier, instead

How Retirees Can Fight to Block Financial Shock

The stock market is throwing fear into the hearts of U.S. retirement savers, but it's time to strike back.

Rent an Apartment? Then You’re Paying More for Auto Insurance

Why pay more for auto insurance just because you rent. Stand and fight, and know that major consumer groups have your back.

This Valentine’s Day, 25% Of Spouses Won’t Know Their Partner’s Credit Score

Don't surprise a spouse or partner with a low credit score - make honesty the best policy.

What Comes First In a Romantic Relationship, Fun or Finances?

To really make a relationship work, aim for fun over money when choosing a mate - to a point.

5 Ways You’re Squandering Cash Without Realizing It

Americans can waste thousands of dollars annually by careless debt and spending. It's time to fight back.

Why So Many Millionaires Are Down on the Stock Market And What That Means to Main Street Retirees

U.S. affluent investors are souring on the stock market - should Main Street retirement savers take notice?

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