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U.S. President Joe Biden delivers a nationally televised address from the Oval Office of the White House June 2, 2023 in Washington, D.C.

How the Debt Ceiling Impacts Interest Rates

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Where Are Savings Rates Headed This Year?

Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell delivers remarks at a news conference following a Federal Open Market Committee meeting on May 3, 2023, in Washington, DC.

The Fed Paused Rate Hikes: Here's What It Means for Money Market Accounts

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Where Should Your Savings Be Right Now? Somewhere You Can Earn at Least 5%

Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell departs after giving remarks at a news conference following a Federal Open Market Committee meeting on May 3, 2023 in Washington, D.C.

The Fed Paused Rate Hikes, Here's What It Means for High-Yield Savings Accounts

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Is Now a Good Time To Get a Money Market Account?

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With Banks Facing Threats, Where Should a Small Business Keep Large Deposits?

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Cooling Inflation Could Mean a Lower Social Security Increase in 2024

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The New Bull Market Lures Individual Investors Back to Stocks

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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of June 12: Rates Increase

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Why You Should Have More Than One Savings Account Right Now

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Approach High-Yield Savings Accounts With Caution, Advisors Say


Why Many of Today’s Best CD Rates Are Found at Online Banks

A passerby stops to read a posted announcement from the FDIC about the seizure of First Republic Bank and sale to JPMorgan Chase on May 01, 2023 in San Francisco, California. Federal Regulators seized troubled lender First Republic Bank on Monday and sold all of its deposits and most of its assets to JPMorgan Chase. First Republic becomes the second largest bank in U.S. history to fail since Washington Mutual failed in 2008.

Will FDIC Insurance Limits Go Up This Year?

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Cash Reserve Account or Savings Account: Which Is Better for Your Money Right Now?

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Are Today's Top Money Market Account Interest Rates Better Than Savings Account Rates?

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Father's Day Gift Giving Could Reach Record-High $22.9 Billion

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Top Savings Rate Hits New High, Plus More Options Now Pay Over 5%

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Michael Jordan's Iconic 'Flu Game' Air Jordan Sneakers May Fetch More Than $1 Million

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IRS Error Hits Some Disaster-Affected California Taxpayers with Incorrect Due Dates

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New York City Rents Are Breaking Records—And Are Expected to Keep Growing

A for sale sign is posted in front of a home for sale on February 20, 2023 in San Francisco, California.

Housing Inventory Grew 21.5% Year-Over-Year in May

Wells Fargo customers use ATMs outside of a Wells Fargo bank on July 14, 2021 in San Francisco, California.

Poll: 84% of Customers Want Government To Encourage Banks to Cut Overdraft Fees

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You Can Earn a Record Interest Rate on Your Savings Right Now

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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of June 5: Rates Mostly Flat

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Turbulent Global Economy Trimmed the Ranks of Billionaires in 2022

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Newly Signed Home Contracts Fell In New York Last Month

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Global Market Downturn Unmade 800,000 Millionaires In 2022

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Cash Stored On Payment Apps May Not Be as Safe As You Think

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Mortgage Applications Fall For Third Straight Week as Rates Climb

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Rohit Chopra testifies before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill on December 15, 2022 in Washington, DC.

Customers Deceived by OneMain To Get Reimbursed By CFPB Fine

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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of May 29: Rates Ease

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Americans’ Retirement Savings Rise for Second Straight Quarter

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An Inflation Upside: You Can Put More In Your Health Savings Account

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U.S. Adults In Their Twenties Less Likely To Have A Job, A House Or A Kid Versus In 1980

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Top Savings Account Rates Today, May 26

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Fewer Than Half of Americans Expect to Afford a Comfortable Retirement

A for sale sign is posted in front of a home on March 22, 2023 in San Anselmo, California.

Mortgage Applications Decreased Again Last Week as Rates Climbed

A sold sign is seen in front of a recently purchased home December 28, 2006 in San Francisco.

Home Price Trends All About Location, Location, Location

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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of May 22: Rates Jump

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Here's What Venmo's New Teen Debit Card Account Offers. Do You Need It?

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Here's How Citadel Star Priyanka Chopra Made Millions

resident Joe Biden delivers remarks on the debt ceiling at the White House on May 09, 2023 in Washington, DC. President Biden spoke following a meeting with Congressional lawmakers as they continue to negotiate raising the debt ceiling to avoid a government default

As Broad Student Loan Relief Hangs in the Balance, Biden Has Already Forgiven $66 Billion

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Sales of Existing Homes Fell 3.4% in April

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New York Rent Reaches a Record High

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More Than Half of Gen Z and Millennials Say They Live Paycheck to Paycheck

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Record Low Share of Americans Think Now Is Good Time to Buy a Home

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Polls Show Most Women Say They Aren’t Financially Secure

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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of May 15: Rates Continue Slide

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Here's How LeBron James Became the NBA's First Billionaire

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Top Savings Account Rates Today, May 12

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Student Loan Payments are Set To Resume, Regardless of Court Decision on Forgiveness

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Survey Shows Real Estate Is Americans' Favorite Long-Term Investment

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Only One-Third of Small Businesses Offer Employees Retirement Plans

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Social Security Recipients May See Big Drop in Cost-of-Living Increase

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Personal Loan Rates & Trends, Week of May 8: Rates Drop

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Where Are Savings Account Rates Headed?

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Investors’ Worries Hit Their Peak Amid Recession Fears and Bank Failures

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Top Savings Account Rates Today, May 5

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Robinhood's Cash Account Now Pays 4.65%. Here's How It Compares.

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