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The Federal Reserve announced Wednesday that it will not yet raise its key interest rate, signaling a change from its original prediction at the end of 2015. The reason why? The economy isn't looking as strong as it originally predicted. Fed Slashes Rate Hike Forecast on Darker Economic View — CNN Money
You might already know how your presidential candidate of choice is faring in the primaries, but now you can also get a breakdown of their campaign fundraising by conducting a simple Google search. Google Now Shows Presidential Campaign Finance Data Directly in Search Results — The Washington Post
As if the job hunt weren't difficult enough, online scammers have found new ways to deceive those looking for new gigs. A recent FlexJobs survey found that nearly one in five jobseekers had been a job-scam victim at least once. Here are a few common traps to look out for. Don’t Get Taken by These 4 New Job Scams — Money Talk News
Spring is almost here, and "For Sale" signs are popping up in yards across the country. If you're listing your abode this season, consider these do's and don'ts for getting the biggest ROI for your efforts. 5 Mistakes People Make When Selling a Home — CheatSheet
From Sleep Cycle to Evernote to Slack, are you on productivity app overload? Follow these tips to make the most of your planning tools and really get more done. How to Keep Productivity Apps From Destroying Your Productivity — PayScale