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Fiscal Cliff Just One Unfinished Reform


The fiscal cliff is front and center on the evening news, but there’s more financial legislation at risk, too.

Financial Resources for Veterans

November 12, 2012

Here are a few programs designed just for our military and veterans. JPMorgan Chase offers many opportunities and programs.

Romney: You’re On Your Own

November 9, 2012

Many Romney aides got a rude awakening when they tried to use campaign credit cards to pay final bills and cab fares.

Update on Banks Extending Waivers for Sandy Victims

November 5, 2012

Many of the banks affected by Hurricane Sandy are at least partly opened for consumers. They all have extended courtesy fee waivers, which means many won’t face credit card payment late fees or NSF charges.

Bank of America Sued Over Mortgage Fraud

October 26, 2012

The lawsuits keep coming. This time, the government is targeting Bank of America and one-time lender Countrywide Financial Services

Bank of America, Fannie Mae Talk Bad Mortgages

August 3, 2012

Bank of America feels as though it shouldn’t shoulder bad mortgages, even as other banks have. Fannie Mae continues to insist it’s BoA’s responsibility.

More Citigroup Backlash

July 27, 2012

Sandy Weill no longer believes his decision to repeal Glass Steagall was the right one; now, Gary Kaminsky insists he knows where the bodies are buried.

Dimon on Capitol Hill Again

June 22, 2012

Jamie Dimon faced Capitol Hill again. Things heated up before he even made his late arrival. Many are saying he was handled with kid gloves.