by on May 19, 2021
The Briefing U.S. household debt stands at $14.56 trillion, and has doubled since 2003 Student loan debt has expanded a colossal 550% in the same time frame ...
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by on June 15, 2021
                                    <h1>‘An Arm and a Leg’: When Your Insurance Company Says No, How to Ask for a Yes</h1> <div>    <span class="byline">Dan Weissmann</span>     <time class="poste...
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by on June 17, 2021
If you’re considering getting a timeshare this vacation season, read on. Maybe you got a flyer in the mail with pictures of sunny beaches and beautiful resort suites. Sounds great, right? But before y...
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by on June 18, 2021
Why struggle to prove obvious facts? Every court (state or federal) has an easy way to prove obvious facts. It's called "Judicial Notice". ...
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by on June 23, 2021
2021 Fidelity State of Retirement Planning study says that the past couple of years have had a negative impact on the retirement plans of 80% of Americans. «Most Americans (69%) describe themselves as...
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by on June 24, 2021
There aren’t many investments today where you can find deep value.   But here’s one. Not only does it offer strong value, but it also tells us what assets to favor—and which to minimize—over the nex...
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by on June 25, 2021
U.S. inflation has climbed 5% over the last year, the largest 12-month increase since August 2008. With this in mind, many investors may be wondering how to position their portfolio to hedge against i...
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by on June 26, 2021
Earlier this week I told you about a "little slice of hell" selling in Colorado for over $600,000 cash. It was the perfect example of how crazy some real estate markets are getting… The best indic...
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by on June 26, 2021
To help people stay in stable housing during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued an order that means you may be protected from eviction if you can’t affo...
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by on June 30, 2021
Most headlines about the Fed’s open market committee (FOMC) announcement focused on the potential change in interest rates. What went largely ignored was that it will continue to purchase $120 billion...
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by on June 30, 2021
In the coming weeks and months, many COVID-19 protections will come to an end. Today we finalized amendments to federal mortgage servicing rules that help ensure homeowners have a meaningful opportuni...
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by on July 8, 2021
This infographic is available as a poster. Can Foreign Currencies Act as an Inflation Hedge? Inflation is like corrosion. Initially, it can make investment returns less attractive. Over time, it...
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