Facebook Forces 104-Year-Old To Lie About Her Age
Facebook Forces 104-Year-Old To Lie About Her Age

on February 21, 2013

The site won’t let a woman born in 1908 list that as her birth year. After some publicity, Facebook said they’ll fix it.

Wanted: People to Work in Paradise
Wanted: People to Work in Paradise

on February 20, 2013

There are well-paying jobs – some that might start as hobbies – always needed in resort towns.

New Website Helps Identify Scams
New Website Helps Identify Scams

on February 20, 2013

Not sure if somebody’s trying to con you? Here’s a place for help.

Five-Minute Jewel Heist Nets $50 Million
Five-Minute Jewel Heist Nets $50 Million

on February 20, 2013

Here’s how diamond thieves robbed a plane just before it took off – it’s like something out of a movie.

10 Tips to Avoid an Audit
10 Tips to Avoid an Audit

on February 20, 2013

There’s no guaranteed way to avoid the nightmare millions of taxpayers fear: an IRS audit. But there are at least 10 ways to reduce the risk.

Report: All Those Hackings Came From the Chinese Military
Report: All Those Hackings Came From the Chinese Military

on February 19, 2013

Heard about the hacks on Coca-Cola, Halliburton, and The New York Times? It may all be coming from one building in China, and one company is outing some of the alleged hackers.

Here Comes A New U.S. Deficit Reduction Plan
Here Comes A New U.S. Deficit Reduction Plan

on February 19, 2013

From two names you may have heard before: Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles. It’s an attempt to get Republicans and Democrats to meet halfway. Again.

Is the Consumer Watchdog Doomed?
Is the Consumer Watchdog Doomed?

on February 19, 2013

Some Republicans are trying to stop the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau from operating, despite the protections and money it’s won back for wronged consumers.

Beef Prices May Jump 10 Percent By Summer
Beef Prices May Jump 10 Percent By Summer

on February 18, 2013

Grilling burgers may be more expensive than usual this year, as the drought of 2012 gives new meaning to “cash cow.”

Medicare Drug Costs Going Down for Seniors
Medicare Drug Costs Going Down for Seniors

on February 18, 2013

Part D coverage will also expand, and participating pharmacies won’t be able to automatically refill prescriptions anymore.

Why Facebook Gets a $429 Million Tax Refund
Why Facebook Gets a $429 Million Tax Refund

on February 18, 2013

A new report suggests Facebook is getting special tax treatment. Actually, the company just screwed up.

Can You Claim a Home Office Tax Deduction?
Can You Claim a Home Office Tax Deduction?

on February 18, 2013

If you’re one of the millions of Americans who work from home, don’t pass up a deduction that could be worth thousands. Here’s how to tell if you qualify.

Euro Zone Slips Deeper Into Recession
Euro Zone Slips Deeper Into Recession

on February 15, 2013

The economy here may not be doing great, but at least we’re not those guys.

Family Getting $63 Million for Medicine That Blinded Daughter
Family Getting $63 Million for Medicine That Blinded Daughter

on February 15, 2013

10 years ago, Children’s Motrin put her in the hospital for months and left her disabled. The family sued, saying there was no warning.

Homeless Man Returns Diamond Ring
Homeless Man Returns Diamond Ring

on February 15, 2013

It was accidentally given to him as a donation, but he didn’t try to cash in.

The Navy Has Its Own Starbucks
The Navy Has Its Own Starbucks

on February 14, 2013

A coffee shop opened in the Pacific Ocean last week.

The Cheapest Place to Buy a Used Car
The Cheapest Place to Buy a Used Car

on February 14, 2013

Some cities beat the national average used car price by more than five percent. But others can cost almost 10 percent more than the average.

Heart Attack Grill Spokesman Dies of Heart Attack
Heart Attack Grill Spokesman Dies of Heart Attack

on February 14, 2013

He’s the second spokesman to die in as many years.

Cheapest New Cars to Own for 5 Years
Cheapest New Cars to Own for 5 Years

on February 13, 2013

Kelley Blue Book’s annual study of cheap-to-own cars shows you can spend less than $40,000 over five years on several new vehicles.

Tax Tattlers Snag $125 Million
Tax Tattlers Snag $125 Million

on February 13, 2013

Want a big check from the government? Snitch on rich tax cheaters. The IRS awards up to a third of the money it reclaims from tax cheaters through its whistleblower program.

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