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As Fed Keeps Rates Steady, Savings Rates Rise, Too
Some experts say now would be a good time to lock in a much better savings rate on your accounts.
The Fed's Latest Move Is Good News for Homebuyers
A steady Fed rate means mortgage rates might stabilize in a tight housing market.
By Donna LeValley Last updated
Biden's New Retirement Adviser Proposal Targets 'Junk Fees'
Retirement advisers would need to ensure that they prioritize investor interests under the new rule.
By Joey Solitro Published
Are I Bonds Taxable? 10 Common Situations
taxes Series I bonds are a popular investment that can also help you save on taxes, but the federal income tax consequences can be complex.
By Joy Taylor Last updatedtaxes
How to Cash in Savings Bonds
savings Whether you bought savings bonds during inflation’s peak last year or have older bonds collecting dust, take these steps to cash them in.
By Ella Vincent Last updatedsavings
I-Bonds: Pros and Cons of Investing
Learn about the pros and cons of investing in I-Bonds, U.S. savings bonds that protect your money from inflationary pressures.
By Jacob Wolinsky Last updated
The I-Bond Rate for the Next Six Months
Investing for Income I-Bonds issued November 1 to April 30 will have a rate of 5.27%.
By David Muhlbaum Last updatedInvesting for Income
How a Small Business Can Find the Ideal Banking Partner
Your financial institution should provide your business with more than checking and savings accounts. It should have a vested interest in your success, especially during uncertain times.
By Kevin Brauer, MBA, CPA, CMA Published
Has Your Emergency Savings Stash Grown? It Might Be Time For A Reality Check
The emergency savings stash for baby boomers and Gen Xers is likely to have fallen this year, Bankrate study shows.
By Jamie Feldman Published
Things You’ll Regret Keeping in a Safe Deposit Box
savings Locking up certain important documents and valuables in a bank vault could turn into a headache for you or your heirs.
By Bob Niedt Last updatedsavings