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Big banks are edging away from the mortgage market, and non-bank lenders are filling the void.
Americans are lackluster about emergency savings funds, but that attitude can cost them at the worst time.
Ease of use and cool factor make for lots of Apple Pay advocates, but retailers are slow to join in (even if they say otherwise).
With April 15 approaching fast, you might be thinking 'delay, delay, delay,' and that's no crime — unless you don't let the IRS know your plans.
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If there's anything worse than having to do your taxes, it's finishing the paperwork and finding you don't have enough money to pay what you owe.