Author: Bob Sullivan
Bob Sullivan on May 5, 2020
The service has quietly added a feature it’s calling the “Venmo Purchase Program.”
Bob Sullivan on April 2, 2020
Being stuck at home for two months is depressing — unless you have a goal. Then, your coronavirus quarantine could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Bob Sullivan on March 17, 2020
Parents trying to adjust to this new reality — many of whom also are trying to work remotely — might struggle at first.
Bob Sullivan on March 12, 2020
Most of us don’t appreciate the role of luck in our lives. If we did, we’d make better decisions — about money, work and viral outbreaks.
Bob Sullivan on November 3, 2019
Criminals aren’t doing this for fun. They are doing it to steal money from you.
Bob Sullivan on October 2, 2019
You don’t have to be a Capital One customer to learn from this maneuver.
Bob Sullivan on September 10, 2019
Equifax is making consumers jump through additional hoops to get compensated.
Bob Sullivan on June 11, 2019
Microsoft is relaxing one of its password requirements. Here’s what that means for you.
Bob Sullivan on June 10, 2019
The gig economy has a dark, dark side.
Bob Sullivan on May 22, 2019
What happens when a smartphone app records you — and then charges you to hear your own recordings? Is that legal?
Bob Sullivan on April 23, 2019
Unfamiliar with Zelle? It doesn’t matter: Thieves could still use the payment app to steal money directly from your bank account.
Bob Sullivan on February 28, 2019
The electronics giant is launching a lease-to-buy program to capture customers with bad or no credit — but making those payments can be incredibly costly.
Bob Sullivan on February 16, 2019
A recent TV investigation suggests that Target effectively tracked shoppers to decide how much to charge them for items online. Here’s the take-away for every consumer.
Bob Sullivan on January 22, 2019
Multiple traditional TV providers are charging customers for something they could get for free. Are you paying this fee every month?
Bob Sullivan on January 19, 2019
Vanguard Group founder and investor advocate John “Jack” Bogle died Wednesday at age 89. Here’s what his legacy means for your nest egg.
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