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The $749 billion price tag behind Fed policy

New research finds that the Federal Reserve's attempts to stimulate the economy have come at a steep cost to depositors.

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Borrowing money can be too easy at times, but asking some challenging questions can help you stop it from becoming too much of a habit.

Fearing a Fed rate hike? Make these 5 moves

Preparing your finances in advance of any Fed announcements can help you avoid being caught flat-footed when rates finally climb.

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