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NewsWatch: The Fed plans to keep interest rates low — here’s why mortgage rates could rise anyway

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Mortgage rates are now at the highest point since July and could go even higher even if the Federal Reserve doesn’t change its policy. See full story.

Are you claiming a 2020 stimulus payment on your taxes? The IRS will no longer seize it for unpaid debts — but there are exceptions

Once the economic impact payment was mixed with a tax refund, it became subject to the same rules that allowed the IRS to seize the refund and pay down debts. See full story.

This state has the least affordable housing market in the U.S. based on income — and it’s NOT California

There are only three states nationwide where more than half of the households could afford to buy a median-priced new home. See full story.

A new law would force employees to save for retirement

Auto-enrollment may be just what Americans need to save more for retirement — but perhaps only if the government makes it a requirement. See full story.

Bond king Bill Gross says he made $10 million shorting GameStop

Bond king and Pacific Investment Management Co-founder Bill Gross said he made $10 million shorting GameStop stock during the retail frenzy for the shares earlier this year. See full story.

MARKETWATCH PERSONAL FINANCE

Mortgage rates are now at the highest point since July and could go even higher even if the Federal Reserve doesn’t change its policy. See full story.

Personal Finance Daily: The Fed plans to keep interest rates low — here’s why mortgage rates could rise anyway and Sanders to CEOs: Pay workers more or pay the government more

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