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  • 30 yr fixed mtg 3.39% Change

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    3.41%

  • 15 yr fixed mtg 2.67% Change

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    2.68%

  • 30 yr fixed jumbo 3.80% Change

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    3.84%

  • 15 yr fixed jumbo 3.39% Change

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    3.39%

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  • 1 yr CD 1.14% Change

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    1.13%

  • 2 yr CD 1.28% Change

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    1.27%

  • 3 yr CD 1.41% Change

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    1.41%

  • 5 yr CD 1.66% Change

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    1.66%

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  • Broken golden egg in palms of hands Retirement-ruining money mistakes

    Here are the most common ways seniors lose a lifetime of saving and investing. Some of these mistakes are driven by loneliness and boredom. Questionable sales pitches and outright scams are behind the others. But whatever the cause, they're all financially devastating.

    August 25th 2016

  • Money chart and calculator 5 things you should know about target-date funds

    Target-date funds are the best retirement fund investment for a majority of savers. They guarantee you'll have a well-diversified portfolio, with low fees and no work on your part. That lets you concentrate on finding more money to put in them.

    August 24th 2016

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  • Bills shaped like house that's up for refinance Is now the right time to refinance?

    For most homeowners, the answer is "yes." By any historical measure, home loans remain incredibly cheap, and it's possible to land a new, cheaper mortgage even if you have below-average credit and little equity in your home.

    August 24th 2016

  • House made of money with rays of light coming out Tapping home equity is cheap if you can qualify for a loan

    Home equity lines of credit can be a cheap way to borrow money for home renovations, college bills or credit card debt. But is your home worth enough to support a second mortgage?

    August 24th 2016

  • elderly couple 6 costs to expect when caring for aging parents

    Having an elderly parent live with you in your home can be much cheaper than moving mom or dad into an independent or assisted-living facility. But having another person in your home will still bring extra expenses.

    August 23rd 2016

  • blue foreclosure sign in front of house 7 smart moves for buying a foreclosure

    Deals on foreclosures are still out there. But they're not as easy to find as they were a few years ago, and you still need to avoid all of the costly pitfalls that can turn any repossessed home into a burden, not a bargain.

    August 23rd 2016

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