Mortgage-backed securities are bond-like investments made up of a pool of mortgages. When you purchase a mortgage-backed security, youâre buying a small portion of a collection of loans that a government-sponsored entity or a financial institution has packaged together for sale. Investors may refer to these loans as MBS, which stands for mortgage-backed securities. Investing […]
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If you pay attention to politics, work for a company, or are around accountants often, youâve probably heard of a budget deficit. While the way people talk about budget deficits make them sound confusing and difficult, the concept is actually…
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Data show delinquencies remained near all-time lows in Q4 2020, due in part to hardship programs enacted by financial institutions and the government. Experts weigh in on whatâs to come in 2021.
You’ve got options you might not even think of â including credit cards.
No matter how much money you make, bad spending habits can have you living paycheck-to-paycheck. Itâs a dangerous cycle â but you can break out of it. Hereâs how.
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Most states have minimum requirements forÂ liability coverage. Often set at $25,000 per person and $50,000 per accident, this type of insurance covers you when you are at-fault in an accident and cause damage to the driver and their property. If the other driver is at fault, theirÂ liability insuranceÂ will cover you. Tit-for-tat, all is well. But […]
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The number of Americans driving to work alone is on the rise, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. With the increase in drivers comes traffic, which means more time and money spent idling in cars. Some cities are … Continue reading →
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Not ready to commit to a year lease? Consider a short-term lease.
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As real estate gets more expensive, renting gets more attractive.
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Small companies may not have a lot of resources at their disposal to fight credit card fraud. But whether you have one employee or 100, card fraud can hurt you. Here are some ways that you can lower your risk.