Debt Collection Company Owes W.Va. Mom $10 Million
Debt Collection Company Owes W.Va. Mom $10 Million
on August 15, 2013

A court ruled that the company owed her $10.8 million, and then the Federal Trade Commission froze its assets.

Want to Lose Weight? Try a Bigger Breakfast
Want to Lose Weight? Try a Bigger Breakfast
on August 14, 2013

New research suggests shifting your calorie intake toward the start of the day promotes weight loss.

How to Get Antibiotic-Free Meat
How to Get Antibiotic-Free Meat
on August 14, 2013

“Antibiotic-Free” is a phrase the USDA specifically says it has not authorized, so don’t trust it.

Renting a House on Craigslist? Don’t Get Scammed
Renting a House on Craigslist? Don’t Get Scammed
on August 14, 2013

A free classified site where people can sell and rent things anonymously? What could possibly go wrong?

New York Sues Lender Charging 355 Percent Interest
New York Sues Lender Charging 355 Percent Interest
on August 13, 2013

The company claims it doesn’t have to follow federal or state laws, based on its supposed ties to a Native American tribe.

Deregulated Electricity is Costing More, Not Less
Deregulated Electricity is Costing More, Not Less
on August 13, 2013

The debate has returned to Arizona, where once again the Arizona Corporation Commission is considering deregulating utility companies.

Late Payments on Credit Cards Near 20-Year Low
Late Payments on Credit Cards Near 20-Year Low
on August 13, 2013

We’re paying the bills on time, more of the time.

Walmart’s Worst Nightmare? A Chain That Competes on Price, Treats Employees Well
Walmart’s Worst Nightmare? A Chain That Competes on Price, Treats Employees Well
on August 12, 2013

A retail expert calls an Idaho-based grocery chain ‘Walmart’s worst nightmare’ based on the company’s ability to undercut Walmart’s prices. What do you think?

Concerned About Privacy? Don’t Use Gmail
Concerned About Privacy? Don’t Use Gmail
on August 12, 2013

Google’s attorneys say that people sending email to a Gmail account shouldn’t expect privacy.

Rich People Have Different Toxins in Their Bodies
Rich People Have Different Toxins in Their Bodies
on August 12, 2013

In some ways, your body chemistry depends on whether you’re rich or poor, research says.

Car Insurance Rates Up 23 Percent in 5 Years
Car Insurance Rates Up 23 Percent in 5 Years
on August 9, 2013

That’s more than double the rate at which consumer prices have grown.

Which Appliances Are Most Likely To Cause a Fire?
Which Appliances Are Most Likely To Cause a Fire?
on August 9, 2013

Don’t let home appliances put your family and belongings at risk. Learn which are the most dangerous and how to stay safe.

Few Student Loan Borrowers Take Advantage of Repayment Help
Few Student Loan Borrowers Take Advantage of Repayment Help
on August 9, 2013

Federal student loan borrowers have options to repay based on their income and eventually get the balance forgiven. Why don’t many use it?

The Biggest Social Security Mistake You’re Likely to Make
The Biggest Social Security Mistake You’re Likely to Make
on August 8, 2013

This one simple misstep could cost you thousands of dollars in benefits a year.

Could People Replace ATMs?
Could People Replace ATMs?
on August 8, 2013

A new technology could supersede both in-person service and ATMs within the next year. Is this the future of banking?

Most Fast-Food Workers Are Not Teens
Most Fast-Food Workers Are Not Teens
on August 8, 2013

Many are raising kids on these low-wage jobs, and the vast majority make less than $10 an hour.

Would You Pay for Mobile Banking? You Might Have To
Would You Pay for Mobile Banking? You Might Have To
on August 7, 2013

Mobile could soon become yet another moneymaker for banks, rather than a free convenience for customers.

You’ll Probably Pay More for a Mortgage Soon
You’ll Probably Pay More for a Mortgage Soon
on August 7, 2013

Congress has plans to end or scale back government involvement in the mortgage market. It could cost new borrowers tens of thousands more over the life of the loan.

Where Are the Best Schools?
Where Are the Best Schools?
on August 7, 2013

Does your city or state have the most online schools or the highest median income for high school grads?

The Average Checking Account Has 30 Separate Fees
The Average Checking Account Has 30 Separate Fees
on August 6, 2013

Bank fees are not always openly disclosed on bank websites, either. Find out which banks are best and worst at this.

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