An actress says hers was closed suddenly, and an executive has filed suit, alleging that fair lending laws have been violated.
Maybe, maybe not. It all depends on how engaged you are with your finances.
April is Financial Literacy Month. How much do your kids know about dough?
Skimming's on the rise, so ATM users should know the warning signs.
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Lots of businesses, offices and schools ask you to provide a Social Security number when they don't need it. Handing it over could expose you to identity theft.
The FTC received more than 2 million complaints last year, a new report says. Once again, identity theft topped the list.
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