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Credit union customers enjoy lower fees and overall better customer satisfaction.
Retail and restaurant employees are getting increasingly frustrated with debit payments that save employers money at workers' expense.
The state now holds a third of the nation's abandoned homes despite rising prices and improving sales.
There doesn't appear to be any real movement to halt the increase, which could affect more than 7 million borrowers.
We're more comfortable with debt and feeling more secure about our personal finances, a survey shows.
A new federal study shows how banks pile charges onto their customers, and offers ideas on how to avoid those charges.
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