In Idaho, Banks Sue Hard-Hit Homeowners

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Official: No 'Silver Bullet' To Solve Housing Crisis

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Sheets of $100 bills wait to be cut into singles at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington, D.C. In recent decades, the gap between rich and poor has widened in the United States.

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Why The Haves Have So Much

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A screengrab shows the Google Wallet app being used to pay for items at a CVS store.

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Mobile Payment Apps Put Wallets In Phones, Not Pockets

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Although consumer spending is up, consumer confidence is at its worst since March 2009, at the height of the recession.

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How And Who Does New Refinancing Rule Help?

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Quitting Your Bank: Easier Said Than Done?

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Latinos Lagging On Retirement Savings, Says Pew

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How To Raise Your FICO Score

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Making Big Money, Giving It Away

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Students attend graduation ceremonies at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Two-thirds of college students now graduate with debt, owing an average amount of $24,000.

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School Debt A Long-Term Burden For Many Graduates

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Sproul Plaza at the University of California, Berkeley. Tuition at U.C. Berkeley was about $700 a year in the 1970s. Today, families pay over $15,000 per year to attend.

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Why Is College So Expensive?

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