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Sometimes life throws us curveballs. Just ask Washington, D.C., resident Sherrie W. In 2010, a storm destroyed her business and caused her to fall behind on mortgage payments. Sherrie knew she had to do something to keep her home and, … Continue reading

Until the 1970’s, banking had to be done at the bank, during business hours. If you needed cash at other times, you were probably out of luck. Many businesses would take a personal check, but to write one was time … Continue reading

Every year, at about this time, I do some spring cleaning — both of my home and my finances. I won’t bore you of the details of cleaning out my garage, but I will tell you that where my money … Continue reading

This Sunday, March 22, is U.N. World Water Day. Water is especially important to the team at Wells Fargo, because many of our regions and communities are in …

Without any major economic news to give them direction, stocks traded in a narrow range near their breakeven levels and eventually closed higher. The Dow rose 34 points, with 18 of its 30 components advancing; the S&P 500 Index gained … Continue reading

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At this time of year, your senior is probably anxiously awaiting award letters from the schools he or she applied to. While receiving an award letter is exciting, it’s important that to understand how to read and interpret these awards. … Continue reading

Over a recent weekend, I had the chance to spend time with my college roommates. It is hard to believe that we all came together as a close knit unit over 25 years ago. We spent the weekend reminiscing about … Continue reading