Author: Money Talks News
When it comes to the economy, it seems the headlines get scarier every day. Which has many Americans looking for new ways to cut expenses and add to savings. But trimming some expenses may save some now but cost more later.
Isn’t it odd that companies that presumably want your business give you the runaround when you call them on the phone? But you know, you can fight back. You name the company, we’ll tell you how to get a human on the phone… instantly.
17 years after Congress ordered one created, a free national used car database, called the National Vehicle Title Information System, may finally be in the works.
The recently passed stimulus bill is about creating jobs: but that doesn’t mean it ignores workers. How the stimulus bill will stimulate you…
With the passage of the Stimulus Bill, the most expensive piece of legislation ever attempted is now law. But will it help you? In this two-part series, money reporter Stacy Johnson sifts through the bill to explain how it will affect both those with jobs and those without.
Today’s new cars offer more standard safety features than ever before. But if you’re planning on hitting the showrooms anytime soon, there are also new ways to protect your wallet. For example, gap insurance for car loans. Should you buy it?