If youâre like the average American, retirement savings has you totally bummed out. The Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI)Â reports that 27 percent of Americans are ânot at all confidentâ about having enough money for a comfortable retirement, and only 13...
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Thereâs a popular new loan in town that a lot of credit unions seem to be offering known as the â5/5 ARM,â which essentially replaces the more aggressive 5/1 ARM that continues to be the mainstay at larger banks and lenders. The San Francisco Federal Credit Union offers it via their POPPYLOAN, Caliber Home Loans [&hellip
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When people receive their tax returns, they are quick to spend this money on frivolous purchases that may bring them temporary joy. Even though people know there are ways to spend their tax return responsibly, the temptation to splurge on things they don’t need is too strong. Ultimately, you can spend your tax return on […]
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FitnessBank rewards steps with the nationâs highest interest rates on savings accounts. How does it work? Whatâs the catch? Letâs investigate FitnessBank.FitnessBank rewards steps with the nationâs highest interest rates on savings accounts. How does it work? Whatâs the catch? Letâs investigate FitnessBank.
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Last year, I told you about howÂ I started my own bank. Itâs called the Burton Bank, and it has one customer: my 7-year-old, Iris. The Burton Bank is based on David Owenâs book,Â The First National Bank of Dad. Hereâs how...
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