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How information overload can hurt your retirement

If some retirement guidance is good, is more guidance always better? Experts say that being exposed to too much retirement advice may actually be a bad thing.

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CLIP Index update: October 2014

A narrowing of the spread between mortgage and CD rates is good for consumers, but it still has a long way to go to return to normal.

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Comparing today's bank account and bond yields

Interest income remains relatively scarce among these vehicles, but that doesn't mean your portfolio should be without them.

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The financial tool Americans are most thankful for

A new MoneyRates.com poll shows that men and women aren't necessarily thankful for the same things in personal finance, but that they do share a favorite product.

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Republican Congress, Democratic president: The best pairing for investors?

If stock market history repeats itself, the outcome of last week's election is great news for investors.

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A realist's guide to downsizing retirement plans

If you have big retirement dreams but haven't saved enough to realize them, it may be time to make some adjustments. Here's how to do it.

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CLIP Index update: October 2014

A narrowing of the spread between mortgage and CD rates is good for consumers, but it still has a long way to go to return to normal.

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Comparing today's bank account and bond yields

Interest income remains relatively scarce among these vehicles, but that doesn't mean your portfolio should be without them.

Republican Congress, Democratic president: The best pairing for investors?

If stock market history repeats itself, the outcome of last week's election is great news for investors.

When financial fear is your ally

The fear of running out of money is not a pleasant companion, but that doesn't mean you should flee it.

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Richard Barrington
About Richard Barrington

Richard Barrington, CFA, is the primary spokesperson and personal finance expert for MoneyRates. He is a 20-year veteran of the financial industry, including having served for over a dozen years as a member of the Executive Committee of Manning & Napier Advisors, Inc.

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