Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: What you need to know about the new overtime pay rule. Also in the news: Using a personal loan to pay for your wedding, the most aggravating things about your cable bill, and how Fanny Mae is making things easier for first-time home buyers.

Overtime pay: What you need to know about the new rule
An additional 4.2 million salaried workers are now eligible for overtime pay.

Something Borrowed: Using a Personal Loan to Pay for a Wedding
Financing your big day.

Here Are the 3 Most Aggravating Things About Your Cable TV Bill
Piles of extra fees.

First-Time Homebuyer or No Credit History? Fannie Mae Update May Help
Making the process easier.

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