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Stocks Tread Water as September Hike Grows More Likely
By Keris Alison Lahiff | 07/30/15 - 4:06 PM EDT
The Federal Reserve did nothing at its July meeting, but the likelihood it will soon hung a cloud over trading on Thursday.

Practice Management

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From Citigroup to JPMorgan, How Nuns Became Wall Street's Conscience
By Carleton English | 06/23/15 - 7:44 AM EDT
Wall Street exists to serve the needs of Main Street, says Sister Nora Nash. It's a belief she's spent years fighting to support at shareholder meetings nationwide.
Shark Tank’s Herjavec Still ‘Very, Very Bullish’ on U.S. Economy
Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec, who also runs an Internet security firm, says the U.S. still provides the best opportunity for people to get ahead — if they work hard enough.
How to Make Money As a Whistleblower
The SEC has announced a new award out of its Office of the Whistleblower. Two informants will split $875,000 between them.
3 Amazing Clues That the Housing Market Recovery Has Abruptly Slowed
The U.S. housing market recovery has slowed, and not many average investors are taking notice. Sector-related stock prices have come under pressure. You should watch these THREE short videos that provide worrying clues on the state of housing right now.
Financial Advisor Background Checks Omit Crucial Information Under "Veil of Secrecy"
The FINRA BrokerCheck system excludes data regarding fraud, bankruptcies and more.

Wealth Management

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Student Activists Look to State Governments When Uncle Sam Looks the Other Way
By John Sandman | 07/30/15 - 2:46 PM EDT
Student loan refinancing and improved loan servicing are on the agenda of state-level organizers.
Paying Off Your Mortgage Early Can Save You Tens Of Thousands
There are a number of strategies for retiring your mortgage early. And it's easier than you think.
How Do You Know Your Favorite Charity Isn't A Scam?
It's fairly easy to do some homework and determine how a charity spends your donations, but frauds still manage to take in millions each year.
Consumers Should Skip Hype and Choose Credit Cards with Lowest Fees
Those tantalizing credit card offers crammed in your mailbox are appealing, but many are fraught with a multitude of fees.
8 Little-Known Credit Card Perks You Should Take Advantage of Today
Many credit cards offer hidden protections and benefits that can save you time and money.

Advice From Financial Advisors

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Student Activists Look to State Governments When Uncle Sam Looks the Other Way
By John Sandman | 07/30/15 - 2:46 PM EDT
Student loan refinancing and improved loan servicing are on the agenda of state-level organizers.
How Do You Know Your Favorite Charity Isn't A Scam?
It's fairly easy to do some homework and determine how a charity spends your donations, but frauds still manage to take in millions each year.
8 Little-Known Credit Card Perks You Should Take Advantage of Today
Many credit cards offer hidden protections and benefits that can save you time and money.
The Job Market Is Stronger, So Is It Time To Quit Your Job?
The economy is stronger, so staying somewhere that's not right for you isn't necessary any more.
Reverse Mortgages: Why More Retirees Are Getting Them
Reverse mortgages can help you to plug the gaps in your income.

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