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Telecom T-Mobile Launches Mobile-First Checking Account for All

Over the past few years, a lot has changed in the world of mobile service plans. From the dismantling of subsidized devices, the fall and subsequent return of unlimited data, and the bundling of streaming services into mobile plans, U.S. carriers have continually worked to find ways to one-up each...

Home Mortgage Applications Reached a Nine-Year High Last Week

Despite some parts of the country seeing snow this past week, make no mistake that it is officially spring. That means that, in addition to blooming trees and allergies, it's time for home sales to pick back up after the slower winter season. On that note it seems that the...

Cutting the Cord? A Guide To Streaming Services and Saving Money 4

OOver the past few years, the term “cutting the cord” has become a well-worn figure of speech referring to those who cancel their cable or satellite subscriptions and opt to replace them with one or more of the various streaming services. Furthering this “cord cutting trend,” many of the streaming...

President Trump Says Stocks Should Be 10,000 Points Higher, Blames Fed

Even though consensus suggests that Federal Reserve is unlikely to raise interest rates this year, that doesn't mean that President Trump's battle with the agency is cooling any. In fact the war of words has escalated into political action as the President looks to install supporters of his own on...

H&R Block Data Finds Vast Majority of Taxpayers Didn't Update W-4s

With the 2019 tax season now in its final stretch, one of the big stories to emerge has been the shrinking refunds Americans have seen. While anecdotes suggested that most refunds were down, new data from tax prep firm H&R Block (reported on by Marketwatch) shows that they actually increased...

Study Finds Cheapest and Most Expensive Car Insurance States 2

For years television advertising has been inundated with spots from car insurance commercials, each claiming to save Americans the most amount of money. Setting aside the fact that not every company can be the cheapest, one major factor in your rates is simply where you live. With that in mind,...

Top 10 Personal Finance Articles of the Month — March 2019 7

It’s time again for one of my favorite features here on Dyer News: a look at the top 10 personal finance articles of the month. For this installment we start off with a look at all things budgeting, with tips for various money personality types. Then we'll check in on...

Job Growth Bounces Back in March After Weak February

In February U.S. job gains came in at a surprisingly low 20,000 — or more than 150,000 less than expectations. Despite being revised upwards to 33,000, it remains the weakest month of gains since September 2017. However the just-released March figures show a return to form of sorts, once again...