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Buying a car can be exciting and scary at the same time.  The idea of a driving off the lot with a new set of wheels is offset by the idea of haggling over price and

Buying a new car is exciting. Everything from deciding on

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The four major credit card issuers - Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express have teamed up to offer a click to pay option called Secure Remote Commerce (SRC) for online purchases. How click to pay works Click to

Contactless payments also known as tap-and-go payments are gaining popularity. 

At the beginning of the year, many consumers want to

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Whether you’re a first-time home buyer or a home-buying veteran, shopping for a mortgage loan can be overwhelming. The options seem endless with dozens of lenders, rates, terms, conditions and costs. Narrowing your search can be

Tax Deduction Confusion On December 22, 2017, the Tax Cuts and

Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or are looking to upsize

Information security breaches have become commonplace – from large retailers, to government entities to credit bureaus, it is almost impossible to completely protect your personal information.  The good news is, as cybersecurity threats have increased, so

Borrowing money is a reality for most consumers. Whether it’s

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Lenders use a credit report and income to determine if

Hand-held purchasing power What are mobile payments? Technology is changing our lives every day. Mobile payments allow you to pay for goods and services using your mobile device by linking to a physical credit card, debit card, or

No matter your age, everybody has financial goals in mind.

Almost 80 percent of global banking customers are dissatisfied with

On December 22, 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act