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November 30, 2015

Tips: Avoid Scams This Cyber Monday

Online fraud spikes during the holiday shopping season, as people searching for the perfect gifts take to cyberspace and head to traditional stores armed with their […]
November 27, 2015

Items to Avoid on Black Friday 2015

Black Friday has become synonymous in our minds with great deals. Often, the deals are impressive as businesses compete for shoppers’ attention and dollars. But there’s […]
November 25, 2015

It's Getting Cheaper To Buy A Home

Earlier this year, the Federal Housing Administration began reducing mortgage insurance premiums on its loans by an average of $900 a year. While the FHA loans […]
November 24, 2015

What Retirement Looks Like Today

Baby boomers are not embracing traditional retirement as we know it. In fact, the time-honored idea of packing up your desk and retiring to a beach […]
November 23, 2015

Financial Fraud is a Growing Epidemic for Seniors

Seniors lose at least $2.9 billion annually to financial exploitation, and roughly 1 in 5 Americans aged 65 or older have been victimized by financial fraud, […]
November 20, 2015

Can Churches and Nonprofits Boost Homeownership?

As part of a broader effort to attract more potential borrowers to its 3% down payment home loan product, the government-sponsored Freddie Mac is reaching out […]
November 19, 2015

More Renters Considering Home Ownership

An increasing number of renters are considering whether to purchase a home, according to a new TD Bank survey.  About 50% of renters are likely to […]
November 18, 2015

The Cost of In-State Tuition Across the Country

In-state or out-of-state?  Public or private?  The decision on where to go to college is a personal and complicated decision between child and parent.  According to a […]
November 17, 2015

The Dark Art of Buying Back Stolen Credit Card Data

There are many potential buyers of stolen bank account data, including the banks themselves. But fraudsters are increasingly reluctant to sell their data back to its […]