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Thinking of buying a car? On July Fourth, buyers show their patriotism at dealerships.
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Don't panic if your insurer wants to drop you. Calmly follow this course of action.
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To qualify for a home loan, sometimes you need to update your credit in a flash.
A possible breakthrough in Greek debt talks mars a downward trend in mortgage rates.
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Take a look at where insurance companies see the most dog-related injuries.
An auto refi isn't for everyone. See if you're a candidate to save.
If calls from tenants in the wee hours deter you from being a landlord, you have options.
If your spouse dies, Social Security may pay you survivors benefits. Find out who qualifies.
If your tax receipts fall short of itemizing thresholds, get around this roadblock by bunching expenses.
This July Fourth, want to buy a house from America's past? See these historic homes for sale.
Can you save for a rainy day without slipping? Follow these tips to stay on track.
All married couples are eligible for equal benefits, from property titles to VA loans.
Bankrate.com's Greg McBride helps a young father find a way to pay off his debt and save for the future.
See how insurance is being shaken up by drones, telemedicine and other innovations.
If you're tired of being a slave to creditors, here's a plan to help you break free.
It seems smart to pay off your Chapter 13 bankruptcy early, but there's a good reason to wait.
Bankrate's Money Makeover prize winner is a young dad with a long list of financial priorities.
This education savings account helps you save for schooling from kindergarten through college.
If "innocent spouse" doesn't apply to you, you may get tax relief in other ways.
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