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Housing: ‘In the Pink?’

Many young adults fear they won’t qualify for mortgages.
Mortgage myths sometimes hamper home purchases.
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Chasing Dollars

Americans are anxious about retirement savings.
One-fifth of the middle class has no retirement savings.
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Who’s Afraid of Mobile?

The rapid growth of online and mobile banking is frightening for many Americans.
Mobile banking security and technical errors remain prime concerns.
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Fewer Consumers Are Late for an Important Date

Loan delinquency rates are down across the board.
Consumer debt levels are becoming more manageable.
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How Was Work?

Labor market growth signals sustained hiring in the U.S.
Most promising employment sectors include nonprofits, information services, and insurance and finance.
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Women: Why Wait and Wonder?

Don’t let dreams be a substitute for informed actions promoting financial success.
Women want simplicity, good intentions, and strong ethics from the financial sector. 
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Illuminate the Frequency of Fraud

ID theft affects 19 people each minute.
There were more than 13.7 million unauthorized credit card transactions in 2012.
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Of Ants and Grasshoppers

Knowledge of spending trends and financial challenges will help retirees consider their options.
Aesop’s fable imparts a valuable lesson for consumers making retirement plans.
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Seeking Good Fortune

Millennials worry about unemployment while baby boomers fear they won’t be able to pay off debts.
One-third of Americans worry about money all the time.
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When Lightning Strikes

Help members weather the storm of security breaches.
Only 28% of identity theft cases involve credit or financial fraud.
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