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Data security is going sci-fi in a Wi-Fi world. Will we embrace eye scans over passwords?
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In honor of Father's Day, Bankrate and Jean Chatzky asked our readers to send us their dads' money tips. We got some great advice.
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Interest rates will rise in the long term, but mortgages were almost flat this week.
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While the two go hand in hand, you may be surprised at which one has more impact on wealth.
Think you're most vulnerable to ID theft when you're online? Think again.
That savings bond you bought in the 1990s is still far from maturity. Time to cash out?
Can't find free checking unless you sign up for direct deposit? Try this option.
Daughter has the right to get reverse mortgage on Mom's house, but is it the best tack?
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