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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

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  • 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

  • Savings bonds Return on I Bonds set to jump this spring

    The yield on these popular U.S. Savings Bonds should pay more than all but the best certificates of deposit when rates reset next month.

    April 15th 2014

  • Bills shaped like house Is now the right time to refinance?

    These 5 smart moves can help you decide whether its worth your effort to refinance and how to find the best possible mortgage deal.

    April 14th 2014

  • Mitch Strohm 'Financially repressed' struggle in retirement

    Investment advisors explain how the Federal Reserve's campaign to drive down interest rates has damaged the retirement plans of millions of Americans. And, they say, the pain will continue well into the future.

    April 13th 2014

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