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How to Detect Counterfeit Money

Have you ever been handed a fake dollar bill (or a $100)? You could have, without even knowing it. With technology advancing so fast, criminals are finding new ways to counterfeit money, reproducing the features that distinguish real currency from fake. How do you detect counterfeit money? Read this infographic for the key security features used on real dollar bills, as well as some basic ways to examine your money if you suspect you’ve been duped.
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How to Detect Counterfeit Money

Have you ever been handed a fake dollar bill (or a $100)? You could have, without even knowing it. With technology advancing so fast, criminals are finding new ways to counterfeit money, reproducing the features that distinguish real currency from fake. How do you detect counterfeit money? Read this infographic for the key security features used on real dollar bills, as well as some basic ways to examine your money if you suspect you’ve been duped.

(Click on the title above to learn more.)

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Rent vs Buy: What the Numbers Show In Your City [Infographic]


With housing prices now down to 2002 levels throughout most of the country, many people who previously shied away from real estate are now thinking of locking in a deal. Not so fast! While affordability has certainly improved in many areas, prices in others remain high when compared to pre-bubble long-term averages. To visualize home affordability throughout the country, we compare price-to-rent ratios in various metro areas to where they were at the peak of the bubble (2006), as well as their long-term pre-bubble average (1989 to 2003).

(Click on the interactive infographic ABOVE to learn more.)
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Rent vs Buy: What the Numbers Show In Your City [Infographic]

With housing prices now down to 2002 levels throughout most of the country, many people who previously shied away from real estate are now thinking of locking in a deal. Not so fast! While affordability has certainly improved in many areas, prices in others remain high when compared to pre-bubble long-term averages. To visualize home affordability throughout the country, we compare price-to-rent ratios in various metro areas to where they were at the peak of the bubble (2006), as well as their long-term pre-bubble average (1989 to 2003).

(Click on the interactive infographic ABOVE to learn more.)

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How Credit Scores Impact Mortgage Payments
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How Credit Scores Impact Mortgage Payments

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