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Tag Archives: Banking and Finance

Higher interest rates crush mortgage application volume, down 9.4%


Mortgage application volume in the Thanksgiving week dropped to the lowest level since early January The highest interest rates in well over a year are putting a dip in the mortgage business. Total mortgage application volume cut down to 9.4 percent last week when compared to the previous week, on ...

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The biggest flash sale in life insurance happens when you are in your 20s!


Really, there are some very convincing reasons why you should one buy insurance when you are young & you think you don’t need it! If you think 20s is too early to consider financial planning and insurance, then you couldn’t be more wrong. As you will realize in this story, ...

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Rising Mortgage Rates Help, but Also Hurt, Banks


Banks in the united states have much to be grateful for this holiday season. Higher rates on mortgages aren’t essentially on the list. The average rate on a 30-year fixed conforming mortgage has increased to 4.16%, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association, up from post-Brexit decreases around 3.6%. Higher mortgage ...

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Get 7-year jail for depositing your black money in friend’s account


The Benami amount (Black Money) in the bank account deposited post de-monetisation will be seized and confiscated. New Delhi: Warning people against depositing their Uncounted old Currency (Black Money) in someone else’s bank account, the tax department has determined to slap charges under the newly enforced Benami Transactions Act against ...

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3 Student Loan Refinancing Strategies Used By Thousands of Actual Graduates


  Even though a predicted 8 million Americans could refinance their student loans at lower interest rates, not everyone who could benefit is even aware that the chance exists. A Smaller amount of people still understands that there’s more than one way to approach student loan refinancing, or that the ...

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Chaney pushes NMHS, United Healthcare to meet


TUPELO – Subsequently after hearing from both North Mississippi Health Services and United Healthcare, Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney wants to bring the arguments together. “As a result of our analysis of the Oct. 21 status reports provided by UHC and NMHS, the department is in the process of planning a ...

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Mortgage refinance tips: check fees to make switch worthwhile


With massive potential savings in switching to a cheaper loan, it’s no wonder more homeowners are refinancing. But those who don’t do their homework can find horrible surprises in higher fees, new deposit requirements, and tougher terms. So here we are providing some useful Mortgage refinance tips which are worthful A ...

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Health insurance open enrollment starts Nov. 1


More than 87,000 Nebraska people found reasonable health insurance through the Health Insurance Marketplace through the 2015-16 open enrollment period, with the huge majority receiving tax credits to make their plans more affordable. With the next 2016-17 Open Enrollment Period is going to start from Nov. 1, Nebraskans will have ...

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