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The non-profit Tax Foundation used government statistics to find out what $100 is worth in every state. South Dakota is near the top of the list.
When it comes to finances, South Dakota is a healthy state. A new report from the Mercatus Center at George Mason University ranks the Rushmore state number three.
A new kind of bank is coming to downtown Sioux Falls.
A lawsuit is challenging a group's effort to slash interest rates for payday loans. This type of interest rate is largely unregulated in South Dakota, and the average rate in the state is at 574 percent.
If you are planning to buy a house, lease a car or even get a new job, your credit score matters.
CardHub released its latest credit card debt study that delivered good and bad news on the state of the U.S. economy.
Consumer borrowing surged again in April, helped by the largest gain in credit card borrowing in a year.
State Economist Jim Terwilliger says South Dakota's coffers may end up with some extra revenue for the current budget year if recent tax collection levels continue.
With more than 33 percent of ballots cast in an online poll, Harriet Tubman emerged as the face that a nonprofit grassroots group wants to see on a new $20 bill.
A national credit rating agency anticipates its decision to upgrade South Dakota to its highest rating won't change over the next two years, and state officials are pursuing a similar bump from other firms.
Are you invisible to creditors? A new report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau finds that one in ten consumers in this country have no credit history.
A national credit rating agency has upgraded South Dakota to the highest rating it issues.
The Department of the Interior's Office of Inspector General is investigating circumstances surrounding the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe's purchase of a New York-based brokerage firm that ultimately went bankrupt.
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