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Marriage between banks and brokers: How consumers are impacted

When a bank and a broker get together, will it mean a happy relationship for their customers?

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Bank rates take a turn for the better

Online savings and money market accounts widened their rate advantages over branch-based banks in the second quarter, as rates rose across the industry.

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Consumers should act faster than the Fed on interest rates

The Fed continues to show extreme caution in raising rates, but consumers can take more decisive action now.

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Ally Invest Review: Online Broker for Low Commission Fees, Investment Research

TradeKing offers a combination of competitive online brokerage commissions and a wide range of investment resources.

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7 Big Financial Changes that Call for Adjusting Your Mortgage

Refinancing is not just about capturing falling interest rates. It can also be a way of optimizing your mortgage loan to fit a change in circumstances.

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Featured Stories

How to Choose an Online Broker for Your Retirement

Online robo advisors -- which automatically make investment decisions for you based on the answers you fill out on surveys -- are popular because they are inexpensive and expose investors to a variety of savings vehicles. But will your retirement savings suffer because these robo advisors lack the human touch?

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interest rates rise

Bank rates take a turn for the better

Online savings and money market accounts widened their rate advantages over branch-based banks in the second quarter, as rates rose across the industry.

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july fed update

Consumers should act faster than the Fed on interest rates

The Fed continues to show extreme caution in raising rates, but consumers can take more decisive action now.

7 Big Financial Changes that Call for Adjusting Your Mortgage

Refinancing is not just about capturing falling interest rates. It can also be a way of optimizing your mortgage loan to fit a change in circumstances.

Is the Fed's move a no-win for consumers?

The Fed's push to return to normal, despite flagging economic numbers, could be a no-win move for consumers.

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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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