Robert Cohan
23 hours ago

If you keep up with financial markets, you’ve most likely seen that the Federal Reserve has started what is likely to be a series of interest rate hikes. But even if you’re not a finance news junkie, this move can still impact your life, especially if you plan to purchase or refinance a home in
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Robert Cohan
3 weeks ago

At the FOMC’s third meeting of the year, the Committee voted to maintain the current federal funds target rate of 0.75 to 1.0 percent. Fed officials came to this conclusion after meeting in Washington, D.C. for two days this week. Despite some economic growth, overall markets did not perform as well as expected. Still, the
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Robert Cohan
4 weeks ago

Do you work for Google, Facebook, Snapchat or one of the many flourishing startups in California? Restricted stock units are a prime example of a financial incentive provided to employees of companies like these. When you have a non-traditional income from working at either a privately held or publicly held company, you may wonder whether
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Jesse Collins
1 month ago

There are a lot of amazing perks you get to take advantage of when you own your home. You finally get to paint your walls the perfect shade of grellow and you also get to put your money towards a tangible asset rather than paying rent. As a homeowner, you’re also entitled to several potential
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Robert Cohan
2 months ago

Before you apply for a mortgage it is a good idea to compare interest rates. Shopping for mortgage interest rates is not your typical shopping expedition, but some research can save you in the long run. Even the slightest shift in your loan’s interest rate impacts your monthly mortgage payment and the amount of interest
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Robert Cohan
2 months ago

Today’s FOMC meeting in Washington, DC met expectations by moving forward with a new rate hike. The federal funds rate increased from 0.75 percent to 1.0 percent. This quarter-percent rise indicates the Federal Reserve’s growing confidence in the nation’s economy as it tries to normalize interest rates little by little. The last increase took places
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