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  • Mortgage Rates

  • 30 yr fixed mtg 4.36% Change

    0.12%

    Last Week

    4.24%

  • 15 yr fixed mtg 3.39% Change

    0.13%

    Last Week

    3.26%

  • 30 yr fixed jumbo 4.68% Change

    0.07%

    Last Week

    4.61%

  • 15 yr fixed jumbo 4.13% Change

    0.06%

    Last Week

    4.07%

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  • CD Rates

  • 1 yr CD 0.90% Change

    0.02%

    Last Week

    0.88%

  • 2 yr CD 1.03% Change

    0.00%

    Last Week

    1.03%

  • 3 yr CD 0.99% Change

    -0.04%

    Last Week

    1.03%

  • 5 yr CD 1.59% Change

    -0.01%

    Last Week

    1.60%

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Financial Advice

  • Piggy bank in dollar bills New 2-year CD pops to top of our national rankings

    Don’t invest a cent until you've checked out our rankings of the best-paying 2-year CDs. Earn up to 1.26% with our leading nationally available returns and 1.75% if you can qualify for one of our favorite local deals.

    April 19th 2014

  • Fund Fight logo Vanguard vs. T. Rowe Price 2035 Target Funds

    Vanguard and T. Rowe Price offer two of the most respected target date funds around. But which one is the best if you have to choose for your retirement fund?

    April 18th 2014

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  • White house on top of money Mortgage rates drift lower despite the Fed

    Home loans have defied expectations that they would be getting more expensive this year because the Federal Reserve is ending its campaign to drive down long-term intererest rates. That should help anyone shopping for a home this spring.

    April 17th 2014

  • Car key and fob on cash Pay less than 2% for a car loan this spring

    Pretty much anyone can join Pentagon Federal Credit Union and take advantage of its very competitive car loans. Rates start as low as 0.49% for three-year loans to 1.99% for five-year financing.

    April 17th 2014

  • Mitch Strohm Why are we tempted to start Social Security too early?

    Too many seniors are settling for smaller Social Security checks by starting their retirement benefits too before they need the money. New psychological research suggests that two detrimental behaviors -- loss aversion and perceived ownership -- are driving that poor judgment.

    April 16th 2014

  • 9 ways to crush all-cash buyers

    Someone selling their house loves a buyer who pays cash. If you're relying on a mortgage to buy a home, you'll need a strategy to compete.

    April 16th 2014

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