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.

Getting Rid of a Computer? Use a Hammer
Getting Rid of a Computer? Use a Hammer

on August 6, 2013

I’m not sure how to hammer this point home, so I’ll put it as forcefully as I can: Protect your data!

3 Ways to Escape a Cellphone Contract
3 Ways to Escape a Cellphone Contract

on August 6, 2013

You don’t always have to spend hundreds of dollars to break a phone contract.

What to Do With a Wet Credit Card
What to Do With a Wet Credit Card

on August 5, 2013

Can you still use a credit card if it gets wet? Of course.

How to Watch CBS Shows During the Blackout
How to Watch CBS Shows During the Blackout

on August 5, 2013

Bickering between CBS and Time Warner Cable means about 3 million cable customers are missing some channels now. Here’s what’s going on, and what you can do.

How to Go On Vacation Without Email Guilt
How to Go On Vacation Without Email Guilt

on August 5, 2013

Keep the stress of communication backlog out of your “me” time with one simple trick.

Do You Mind Big CEO Paychecks? Because You’re Helping Pay Them
Do You Mind Big CEO Paychecks? Because You’re Helping Pay Them

on August 2, 2013

The U.S. tax code lets businesses deduct billions of dollars for executive compensation. Two senators want that to stop. What do you think?

More Families Shunning Pricey Colleges
More Families Shunning Pricey Colleges

on August 2, 2013

Families are being more selective about schools and students are working harder to find scholarships. It’s saving them thousands, even though prices aren’t dropping.

Cruise Lines Reveal Crimes Reported Onboard
Cruise Lines Reveal Crimes Reported Onboard

on August 2, 2013

Ever wondered what cruise ship operators weren’t telling you about alleged criminal incidents on their vessels? Now you can find out.

Why A Stolen European Credit Card Is Worth 5 American Cards
Why A Stolen European Credit Card Is Worth 5 American Cards

on August 1, 2013

Crime rings like to use credit cards stolen from around the world in the U.S., but, oddly enough, our stolen cards aren’t worth as much to them as foreign ones.

How Much Would Big Macs Cost If McDonald’s Paid $15 an Hour?
How Much Would Big Macs Cost If McDonald’s Paid $15 an Hour?

on August 1, 2013

Would you be willing to pay more for McDonald’s food if it meant employees made a living wage?

Joblessness Lasts Longer When You’re Older
Joblessness Lasts Longer When You’re Older

on August 1, 2013

Many baby boomers encountered long stretches of unemployment during the economic downturn, and many are still having a tough time finding work.

The Best and Worst Prepaid Cards
The Best and Worst Prepaid Cards

on July 31, 2013

Prepaid cards are known for coming with a lot of fees — but some aren’t so bad, Consumer Reports says.

How Will Your Retirement Compare With a Congressman’s?
How Will Your Retirement Compare With a Congressman’s?

on July 31, 2013

Members of Congress get a hefty Social Security benefit, a pension, subsidized retiree health benefits, and a 401(k)-like plan. Do you think they deserve it?

The Future of Health Care: Empty Hospitals?
The Future of Health Care: Empty Hospitals?

on July 31, 2013

One medical expert thinks most doctor-patient conversations will someday happen over the phone or through video.

Don’t Take That Call From 800-000-0000
Don’t Take That Call From 800-000-0000

on July 30, 2013

Verizon is warning about a phishing scam that promises an account credit.

Estate Planning Lessons From James Gandolfini’s Will
Estate Planning Lessons From James Gandolfini’s Will

on July 30, 2013

The former “Sopranos” star’s will has been criticized for being too complicated and for unnecessarily leaving money on the table for Uncle Sam.

The Occupy Movement Wants to Replace Your Bank
The Occupy Movement Wants to Replace Your Bank

on July 30, 2013

The group doesn’t have a Manhattan office — or any office, yet — but it will soon be offering financial services to anyone interested.

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