Author: Brandon Ballenger
The Consumer Federation of America says insurance companies are discriminating against consumers they think won’t ditch if rates go up for no reason.
Some banks are paying colleges to help boost the number of students who bank with them.
Several airlines don’t allow them to be transferred, even if you have a great reason for not using them, such as being dead.
The IRS is changing the rules on forced tips for big groups, and restaurants might ditch them to avoid tax complications.
More than half of college students have a checking account and nearly a quarter have multiple credit cards. But do they know how to use them?
Specially designed games can train an older brain to remember better and out-multitask a 20-year-old, research suggests.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has warned companies that provide information to credit bureaus that they need to do a better job of investigating mistakes in credit reports.
A study of 3 pharmacy chains found that prices were most inconsistent across Walgreens locations.
Some banks operate exclusively on the Internet. Does that mean they’re less reliable than the brick-and-mortar names you know?