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How much interest can I be charged for a loan? Seems a simple enough question, but the answer is surprisingly complicated. What the money is
We are living in a great period of innovation, where technology is changing the relationship between people and money.
As warmer weather arrives, the Open House signs dotting the landscape inspire many people to sell or purchase a home.
In Pennsylvania, 18.1 percent of board seats for Fortune 1000 companies are held by women.
We are all familiar with disclosures – the so-called “fine print” in contracts we sign or click to agree. But how many of us actually read?
According to the National Institute on Retirement Security, nearly half of American working households have nothing saved for retirement.
Every day, at least 13 Pennsylvanians die of an opioid related overdose making it the biggest public health problem facing Pennsylvania.
While the homeowner can choose their lender, the homeowner often has no choice in which company will service his or her mortgage.
Identities can be stolen, their bank accounts drained, and their credit ruined by criminals in distant lands in just a short amount of time.
We are harnessing the
power of our department’s research into financial issues to provide a channel
to our stakeholders, media, and consumers that will allow for more expository
writing on complex subjects. This blog will promote our agency’s primary communications
goals: To help
Pennsylvania consumers make educated decisions with their money and protect
their assets; communicate department news and perspective;
and inform and influence regulatory and consumer protection issues on the
state and national levels.