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  • How to choose a financial adviser who's right for you

    How to choose a financial adviser who's right for you
    Some financial advisers are riddled with conflicts of interest, making extra cash for themselves when they put your money in bad investments. Hidden fees and sales commissions can secretly gobble up thousands of your hard-earned dollars.
  • A little relief for student loan borrowers

    There's good news, and maybe better news, for student loan borrowers. But it won't solve the problem of more than 40 million Americans who together have $1.2 trillion dollars of student loan debt outstanding. That huge and growing burden of student...

    'The Fonz' might not be giving all the details about reverse mortgages

    No advertisement tells the full story about a product or service. There are practical reasons for that, such as limited air time or print space. And for obvious reasons, information about costs or risks often is omitted, downplayed or buried in the fine...

    What you should know before taking out a reverse mortgage

    What you should know before taking out a reverse mortgage
    If you took out a reverse mortgage without adding your spouse to the documents, do you know what could happen with the property after you die? Did you know you could lose the house if you forgo maintenance or get behind on property taxes? Are you...

    Credit card issuers shouldn't bully customers into arbitration clauses

    Credit card issuers shouldn't bully customers into arbitration clauses
    Credit card companies say you can't sue them and you can't join other customers in suing them, and if you don't like it, tough. Federal regulators finally have reached the obvious conclusion: That's not fair. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau...