Foreclosures Sink Back to 2007 Levels


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Foreclosures Sink Back to 2007 Levels

It's taken more than six years, but the foreclosure market has slid back to pre-Great Recession levels, with foreclosure filings down by 26% in all of last year.

Foreclosures Sink Back to 2007 Levels

It's taken more than six years, but the foreclosure market has slid back to pre-Great Recession levels, with foreclosure filings down by 26% in all of last year.

If You're Looking For College Financial Aid, Start Right Now

The hunt for college financial aid money is as competitive as the search for a good school. Don't miss out.

Weak earnings drag US stocks lower in early trade

NEW YORK After hitting a record high the day before, the stock market moved lower in early trading Thursday as investors reacted to disappointing results from Best Buy, Citigroup and the railroad operator CSX.

Identity thieves gear up to steal your tax refund

Identity theft is already a serious problem-the No. 1 complaint to the FTC-and tax-related identity theft is a growing part of this crime spree.

Should You Go on a Financial Fast?

Michelle Singletary, a Washington Post personal finance columnist and author of "The 21 Day Financial Fast: Your Path to Financial Peace and Freedom," will lead a 21-day nationwide spending fast starting Monday. Jessica Dunlop, 32, from weste…

IRS: Identity theft prosecutions double in 2013

WASHINGTON The Internal Revenue Service is seeing a big jump in thieves stealing Social Security numbers to fraudulently claim tax refunds, the agency said Tuesday.