A growing trend in contracts for cellphones, bank accounts, credit cards and lots of other services is costing consumers their rights. It’s called ‘forced arbitration.’ Here’s what it is and what you can do about it.
Author Archives: Michael Koretzky
Long-term care insurance is becoming much more expensive for women than it is for men in many states. Here’s how you can reduce the cost.
The time to act is before a parent becomes unable to handle personal finances. Here are steps you can take.
Summer’s here, and so is the increased risk of skin cancer. Here’s information you need to know about the best and cheapest sunscreen.
A new survey asks Americans what they fear most financially; the results might surprise you.
A Kansas woman was recently honored for paying off $120,000 in credit card debt in five years. Here’s how she did it.
Would you buy a book on how to win the lottery? Would you buy just the numbers? Sadly, some gullible people are doing just that.
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