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Insure.com’s new survey shines on a spotlight on states where bad driving behavior draws the most contempt from others sharing the road.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau estimates that 130,000 private student loans were initiated by Corinthian students from July 2011 to the present, with an outstanding balance of $569 million.
Who knew that baby powder could be so useful for common household tasks.
CardRatings.com’s annual survey of people’s creditworthiness shows that residents of states that were least affected by the recession are faring the best still.
Some grocery staples could see a price hike this fall, so we look at whether the risk is real, and what affordable alternatives could fill the void.
The answer to the question of when to drop collision coverage on your vehicle is not the same for everyone. Here’s how to figure it out.
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