The stock market has rebounded nicely, yet there's still more good news
when it comes to 401(k)s. Most of the companies that suspended their
matching contributions as the economy tanked have either restored the
match, or plan to within the next six months.
In a survey released last week, nearly half, or 49 percent of U.S.
adults surveyed for two real estate Web sites are at least somewhat
likely to consider buying a foreclosed property. That's up from 45
percent in May.