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The Pittsburgh Steelers may win a spot in the Super Bowl on Sunday - but fans will lose out by having the highest priced airfares to Houston... [Read More]
Bank tricked customers into paying high overdraft fees, suit says. CEO's boat was named ... overdraft. [Read More]
What follows is our to-do list for the new Trump administration: nine sensible fixes to our financial laws and regulations that both sides of the aisle could embrace (and in some cases already... [Read More]
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Should you let a computer control your investment portfolio? New automated financial managers and human assistants are at the ready. [Read More]
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The ABLE Act made way for state programs, modeled on 529 plans, that let those with disabilities put aside money in a savings account. [Read More]
Equifax and TransUnion will shell out $23 million to settle claims the two credit reporting agencies misled consumers. [Read More]
Even among smaller banks, overdraft fees are still an issue. Pew found these banks charge at least $90 a day in overdraft fees. [Read More]
Jose Cuervo's new 250 Aniversario The Rolling Stones Special Edition tequila costs $4,000. We tasted it to see if it's worth the money... [Read More]
Yahoo's data breaches compromised 1.5 billion accounts in 2016, but the online company is not alone. There have been 980 breaches in 2016. [Read More]
The 560 incidents ranged from hummus to cookie dough. [Read More]
Credit card perks are at record highs and are likely to keep rising in 2017. The new Chase Sapphire Reserve is expected to draw copycats. [Read More]
New legislation aims to give consumers back their right to sue Wells Fargo for secretly opening over 2 million fake accounts. [Read More]
Over a quarter of the wealthiest Americans spent over $25,000 on gambling in the past year. Other big spending: sports, jewelry & travel. [Read More]
If you're offered a store credit card with 0% interest, read the fine print before signing up. Otherwise you could end up paying big bucks. [Read More]
With exhaustive research and fact-checking, John Oliver's show illuminates some of the worst practices of the financial industry. [Read More]
Over 1 in 3 seniors suffer from financial abuse. Here's how to protect yourself from financial scams and frauds. [Read More]
Some companies like Citi Cards are giving customers the option to opt out of arbitration. Here's how to write. [Read More]
Financial advisors say investors should stay the course following Donald Trump's win on Tuesday that created new market volatility. [Read More]
A Mississippi judge blocked a new federal rule that would give nuring home patients the ability to take providers to court. [Read More]
New York City enacted new rules that bar municipal agencies from asking an applicant's previous salary before extending a job offer. [Read More]
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