Why Interest Rates Keep Going Up and What to Do About It

By Matthew Mack Learn to manage your life and your finances independent of interest rate fluctuations The Federal Reserve raised interest rates again. The latest raise was 0.75%. If you’re keeping track, that’s six rate increases in 2022. In March, the Fed started the year with a rate increase of 0.25%. It was the first rate …

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