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Federal Reserve Cuts Interest Rates, First Time Since 2008

This week the Federal Reserve voted to lower its key short-term interest rate by a quarter-point. The widely expected move marked the first time the Fed has cut rates in more than a decade, moving the new target to 2%-2.25%. As USA Today reports, the decision comes even as most...

Capital One Reveals Massive Data Breach

If you're a Capital One customer or have applied for one of the products in the past, you may be a victim in the latest major hack. This week, this bank announced a data breach exposed personal data for 100 million Americans as well as six million Canadians. The breach,...

5 Tips for Defeating Your Debt ASAP 4

Did you know that Americans collectively hold more than a trillion dollars of credit card debt? As a result, it is expected that cardholders will pay upwards of $122 billion in credit card interest this year. Meanwhile millions of adults are ready to escape from these statistics and work towards...

U.S. Economy Grows 2.1% in Q2 2019

With the United States economy currently enjoying its longest-ever expansion period, it would seem that each quarterly gross domestic product (GDP) report comes with enhanced emphasis. Thus this morning's release showing 2.1% growth for Q2 has been met with mixed reactions and analyses. For example, while the second quarter's 2.1%...

Equifax Settlement Site Begins Accepting Claims

Earlier this week, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced that Equifax had agreed to a settlement that would see the credit bureau paying out up to $700 million. This settlement is meant to compensate consumers and states that suffered damages due to the credit bureau's massive data breach that was...

Peer to Peer Real Estate Investing for Accredited and Non-Accredited Investors 3

At some point in your life you've probably heard that real estate is a good investment. The problem is that the average individual is unlikely to have the capital required to purchase multiple properties on their own. But what if you could partner with dozens or hundreds of other investors...

Roboadvisor Betterment Introduces Banking Features

It looks like another FinTech firm is expanding into the world of traditional banking services. In a press release roboadvisor Betterment announced the launch of new savings and checking accounts. First up a waitlist for the Betterment Everyday Checking account is now open. These accounts will carry no overdraft fees...

Equifax Fined Up to $700 Million Due to Data Breach

Nearly two years after Equifax announced that a data breach had exposed the information of approximately 147 million customers, the credit bureau has reached a settlement deal. This morning the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced that Equifax had agreed to pay at least $575 million and as much as $700...