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FBN’s Cheryl Casone, Competitive Enterprises Institute Fellow Carrie Scheffield and Independent Women’s Forum Executive Director Sabrina Schaeffer on banks ‘operation choke point’ regulations and new fracking regulations.

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  1. Investing in education

    EverFi CEO Tom Davidson on his new education technology company.

  2. Payday Loans More Costly By Where You Live

    Certain states nationwide do not impose interest rate caps on payday loans, meaning residents can be paying more than double in certain cases for the same borrowed a...

  3. Could Not Paying a Debt Land You in Jail?

    After allegedly cashing the same checks more than once (by phone and in person), four Georgia football players were recently charged with theft by deception. It's a ...

  4. Answers to 10 Tough Debt Questions

    If getting out of debt and staying out of debt were easy, everyone would do it. With over $3 trillion in consumer debt outstanding, that's clearly not the case. Here...

  5. Don't be Fooled Into Falling for These 8 Scams

    You don't have to be an April fool to get duped by a clever scam.But, just as with magic tricks, ruses lose their power when you know exactly how they work. Want to ...

  6. UK to probe $250 billion credit card market

    Britain's financial watchdog will investigate the 150 billion pound ($250 billion) credit card market to assess if people in financial trouble are being treated fair...

  7. Sheila Bair: Don’t get the obsession with inflation

    Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair on the impact of inflation on consumers.

  8. My 6 Year Old Saved $400, Should I Control How He Spends It?

    Dear Dave,I know you hate payday loan companies. Do you feel the same way about check-cashing companies?BrianDear Brian,Check-cashing companies are not a good deal, ...

  9. 10 Dumb Debt Decisions in 2014

    Congress may be unfathomable on a good day. But, financial silliness isn't limited to them. We who elect and re-elect the best and brightest from our states are not ...

  10. Money Worries Lead to Poor Financial Decisions

    When struggling to pay your bills each month, staying afloat can often feel like a losing battle. Just when you scratch up enough cash to pay one bill, you miss anot...

  11. Signature Cards More Prone to Fraud

    Using your credit card to draw cash at an ATM or writing one of those handy checks that comes in your monthly card statement can cost you plenty: typically around 24...

  12. Financial Reforms Establish Fed Rule Changes

    The landmark Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 gave the Federal Reserve a number of new responsibilities. Some influence consumers in...

  1. Congress launches hearings on ‘Operation Choke Point’

    Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses the legality of ‘Operation Choke Point.’

  2. Anderson: Why everything you’ve been told about debt is wrong

    ‘Value of debt in retirement’ author Thomas Anderson on defining good debt vs bad debt.

  3. Credit card switch to chips moves slowly

    CreditSesame.com credit expert John Ulzheimer, University of Maryland Economist Peter Morici and personal finance expert Vera Gibbons on the slow progress in the transition to credit card chip-and-pin technology and the state of the economy.

  4. Will peer-to-peer lending replace banks?

    Dick Bove of Rafferty Capital Markets and CME Group Executive Chairman Terry Duffy on the peer-to-peer lenders trying to take market share.

  5. LendingTree founder on personal lending, the housing market

    LendingTree founder, Chairman and CEO Doug Lebda on personal loans, the Fed and the housing market.

  6. Why would a bank want to break up with you?

    Bankrate’s Greg McBride on the reasons why a bank might want to close your account.

  7. FBN exclusive: Dick Bove: the next financial crisis will be worse than 2008

    Exclusive: Rafferty Capital analyst Dick Bove argues the next financial crisis will be worse than 2008.

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