Banks Go After Credit Unions, Again

For-profit banks are fighting in Congress to take away not-for-profit credit unions’ tax exemption, once again.

This is a fight that has been going on for years. The banking lobby have been seeking to take tax-advantaged status away from credit unions for years.

A new fight…

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New Year's Resolutions for a Financially Healthy 2018

The Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities is offering consumer tips for 2018, in the form of 10 resolutions you can keep:

Take time to change or reset all your passwords. Changing your passwords will help prevent hackers from accessing your accounts to steal your financial and personal information.


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KBB Picks The Best New-Car Deals For November

The holiday season is upon us. With all that’s going on, this probably isn’t the time of year to buy a car, right? Yes – but because of this it is the best time to buy a new vehicle.

Dealers still have lots of 2017 models to sell, yet…

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Debit Card Fraud Is on the Rise

A growing number of debit cards are being compromised at ATMs and at merchants these days, analytics and data science expert FICO reports.

In fact, the number of cards compromised at U.S. ATMs and merchants rose 39 percent in the first six months of 2017, compared to the same…

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Paying Down Credit Card Debt

The average household that use credit cards owes more than $16,000 on them, according to a new report from That’s an awful lot, so it’s useful that the has team mapped out where the easiest and most difficult states are to pay down…

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