Is Your Job Killing You?
Is Your Job Killing You?
on April 6, 2013

New research says job stress might cause more heart problems than smoking.

American Taxpayers About to Lose Nearly $1 Billion
American Taxpayers About to Lose Nearly $1 Billion
on April 6, 2013

And most of it belongs to the people who could use it most. See if you’re owed hundreds from Uncle Sam, before it’s too late.

Retailers Keep Databases of Thieving Employees
Retailers Keep Databases of Thieving Employees
on April 5, 2013

Robbing your workplace may get you blacklisted and make it hard to find another job in the retail industry.

Walmart Considering Customer-Driven Delivery Service
Walmart Considering Customer-Driven Delivery Service
on April 5, 2013

If Walmart offered to pay you to drop off some stuff to your neighbors on the way home, would you?

Credit Card Delinquency At 18-Year Low
Credit Card Delinquency At 18-Year Low
on April 5, 2013

People are staying on top of many types of loans better than they have in a long while, which is good news for consumers and the economy.

For Rent Signs Reach a 12-Year Low
For Rent Signs Reach a 12-Year Low
on April 4, 2013

Meanwhile, the average apartment now rents for $1,102.

How the Great Recession Changed Our Habits
How the Great Recession Changed Our Habits
on April 3, 2013

Five years later, people feel more prepared for retirement and are making bigger contributions to their 401Ks. Most have less debt, too.

Foreclosure Victims Eligible to Try Again
Foreclosure Victims Eligible to Try Again
on April 3, 2013

A second chance is possible after just a few years, if you play your cards right.

Do We Need Voice Mail Anymore?
Do We Need Voice Mail Anymore?
on April 3, 2013

Younger people who drive technology trends think voice mail takes too long to get to the point, and favor text messages or email instead. Phone companies notice.

Amazon’s Got a Secret
Amazon’s Got a Secret
on April 3, 2013

Is the company making a smartphone? A recent hire suggests it might be.

Supreme Court Decision Could Mean Faster Generic Drugs
Supreme Court Decision Could Mean Faster Generic Drugs
on April 2, 2013

While the case isn’t getting as much attention as gay marriage, the financial impact could be measured in billions.

TurboTax Wants to Keep Your Taxes Complex
TurboTax Wants to Keep Your Taxes Complex
on April 2, 2013

In some countries, taxes are virtually automatic: No need to hire anybody or spend hours with forms and receipts. But not here, and the company behind TurboTax is spending millions to keep it that way.

Hotels Still Packing on Hidden Resort Fees
Hotels Still Packing on Hidden Resort Fees
on April 2, 2013

Despite a government warning that hotels may be breaking the law by hiding fees, many are still tacking on $30-a-night extra charges.

Social Security Benefits Protected In Bankruptcy
Social Security Benefits Protected In Bankruptcy
on April 2, 2013

A federal appeals court ruled creditors can’t demand Social Security benefits be used to repay debts in Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

IRS Working With Police to Crack Down on Identity Theft
IRS Working With Police to Crack Down on Identity Theft
on March 31, 2013

The government just expanded its refund fraud-targeting program to all 50 states.

New Government Program Could Lower Some Mortgage Payments
New Government Program Could Lower Some Mortgage Payments
on March 31, 2013

A new anti-foreclosure program beginning July 1 will make it easier for people behind on payments to get a loan modification.

Could Gay Marriages Raise Tax Rates?
Could Gay Marriages Raise Tax Rates?
on March 30, 2013

Here’s one kind of equal treatment gay couples may not want – combined income on tax forms.

Would You Pay to Browse a Store?
Would You Pay to Browse a Store?
on March 29, 2013

The owner of a small business in Australia is sick of people asking for help and never buying anything, so she made a new rule: You stay, you pay.

Does Your Neighborhood Make You Fat?
Does Your Neighborhood Make You Fat?
on March 28, 2013

Research suggests it can – but the right neighborhood layout can also encourage weight loss.

It’s Automakers’ Turn to Bail Out a Government
It’s Automakers’ Turn to Bail Out a Government
on March 28, 2013

They’re chipping in to an $8 million fund to help the city of Detroit get ambulances and police cars.

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