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Senate GOP Backs Budget, Clears Way for Tax Overhaul

By Marcy Gordon and Andrew Taylor | Oct 20
Republicans must now shift their focus to enacting President Donald Trump's sweeping tax plan, a far heavier lift than the $4 trillion budget plan they've muscled through the Senate.

Ask Brianna: How Do I Get My Student Loans Back on Course?

Ask Brianna: How Do I Get My Student Loans Back on Course?

By Brianna McGurran | Oct 18
Restoring your loans to good standing won't be a gentle, painless process. But there are options to get your loans and credit score back on track, and there are people out there who will help.

Trump Tax Plan Paints Pretty Picture for Art Collectors

Trump Tax Plan Paints Pretty Picture for Art Collectors

By Catherine Lucey | Oct 17
For art aficionados, President Donald Trump's tax plan paints a pretty picture.

Should You Add a Loan to Your Shopping Cart?

Should You Add a Loan to Your Shopping Cart?

By Amrita Jayakumar | Oct 16
The next time you shop online, you may be offered a new way to pay - a personal loan with fixed monthly payments.

IMF's Lagarde Urges Leaders to Find Ways to Spread Wealth

IMF's Lagarde Urges Leaders to Find Ways to Spread Wealth

By Paul Wiseman and Martin Crutsinger | Oct 15
World leaders should take advantage of the healthiest global growth in years to pursue policies that will spread prosperity to those being left behind, the head of the International Monetary Fund is arguing.

AP FACT CHECK: Trump vs. Grassley on Tax Cuts in History

AP FACT CHECK: Trump vs. Grassley on Tax Cuts in History

By Calvin Woodward | Oct 14
President Donald Trump is going around mischaracterizing his tax plan as the largest tax cut in U.S. history and a Republican senator is calling him out on it.

Social Security Benefits to Rise by 2 Percent in 2018

Social Security Benefits to Rise by 2 Percent in 2018

By Stephen Ohlemacher | Oct 13
Millions of Social Security recipients and other retirees will get a 2 percent increase in benefits next year. It's the largest increase since 2012 but comes to only $25 a month for the average beneficiary.

Equifax Pulls Customer Service Page, Cites Vendor's Software

Equifax Pulls Customer Service Page, Cites Vendor's Software

By Ken Sweet | Oct 13
Equifax said Thursday that problems with an online customer help page were caused by a vendor's software code and not by a cyberattack on its systems.

How Trump Tax Plan Would Alter Mortgage Interest Deduction

How Trump Tax Plan Would Alter Mortgage Interest Deduction

By Josh Boak | Oct 12
Estimates by the real estate firm Zillow suggest that someone buying a home worth at least $305,000 today would still qualify for the deduction. But under the Trump plan, only homes worth $801,000 or more would receive the deduction.

Totally Over Your First Credit Card? What to Do Next

Totally Over Your First Credit Card? What to Do Next

By Claire Tsosie | Oct 11
Now, after years of making on-time payments, you've grown tired of your card's puny limit and lackluster benefits - and your mailbox is overflowing with better offers. Is it time to move on?

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