Trick to Saving on Airfare: Buy More Tickets
Trick to Saving on Airfare: Buy More Tickets
on January 29, 2013

Combining two one-way fares is sometimes markedly cheaper than the round-trip price.

Guess the Super Bowl Coin Toss, Win Pizza
Guess the Super Bowl Coin Toss, Win Pizza
on January 29, 2013

Papa John’s will give you a free large 1-topping pie if you’re right.

YouTube To Add Monthly Subscription Fees
YouTube To Add Monthly Subscription Fees
on January 29, 2013

Some content channels will soon cost up to $5 per month.

Unlocking Your Phone Is Now Illegal
Unlocking Your Phone Is Now Illegal
on January 28, 2013

Unless you have permission from your carrier, you can’t use your phone on another network, including overseas.

6 Things That Will Cost Less This Year
6 Things That Will Cost Less This Year
on January 28, 2013

Used cars will be more of a bargain in 2013. Guess what else? (Hint: not “last year’s model” stuff.)

Washington D.C. Cabs Must Take Credit Cards
Washington D.C. Cabs Must Take Credit Cards
on January 28, 2013

Starting March 31, the city will force taxis to take plastic.

Thief Calls Cops to Get Back What He Stole
Thief Calls Cops to Get Back What He Stole
on January 28, 2013

A second thief robbed the first of an iPhone he had just stolen. How do you like them Apples?

Watch for Credit Card Skimming Scams
Watch for Credit Card Skimming Scams
on January 28, 2013

ATMs can be used to rip off customers if a criminal tampers with them. Here’s what to do.

How to Get a Degree Without Taking Any Classes
How to Get a Degree Without Taking Any Classes
on January 25, 2013

It’s possible at the University of Wisconsin, if you’re smart enough.

Consumer Bureau Chief Renominated
Consumer Bureau Chief Renominated
on January 25, 2013

President Obama isn’t done wrangling with Republicans over consumer rights, and wants Richard Cordray to stay.

Heavy Multitasking Makes You Worse At It
Heavy Multitasking Makes You Worse At It
on January 25, 2013

That’s the conclusion of a new scientific study.

Apple Supplier Used Child Labor
Apple Supplier Used Child Labor
on January 25, 2013

One Chinese manufacturer had dozens of employees under 16. Apple ditched them.

The Pay-What-You-Can Panera
The Pay-What-You-Can Panera
on January 25, 2013

A non-profit version called Panera Cares lets you set your own price for a meal. No strings attached, no weird looks.

Study Shows How Much Speeding Hurts Fuel Efficiency
Study Shows How Much Speeding Hurts Fuel Efficiency
on January 24, 2013

A lead foot may be costing you hundreds of dollars for little benefit.

How Good Is Your Credit Score?
How Good Is Your Credit Score?
on January 24, 2013

Is 790 great or just OK? That depends on who’s scoring you.

Credit Card Penalty Fees Fall
Credit Card Penalty Fees Fall
on January 24, 2013

A 2009 law has saved consumers billions in harsh fees over the past few years.

Two Men Sue Over Short Subs
Two Men Sue Over Short Subs
on January 24, 2013

New Jersey and Pennsylvania residents may try to get money from Subway for their less-than-Footlongs.

Mail Prices Go Up Slightly This Weekend
Mail Prices Go Up Slightly This Weekend
on January 24, 2013

The U.S. Postal service is raising stamp prices on Jan. 27, but you can dodge future price increases by stocking up now.

Old-Fashioned Tricks to Save on Travel
Old-Fashioned Tricks to Save on Travel
on January 23, 2013

They’re tried and still true ways to keep more cash, despite all the advances in technology.

That May Not Be the Fish You Thought
That May Not Be the Fish You Thought
on January 23, 2013

Restaurants and stores may be knowingly mislabeling seafood and Massachusetts wants to stop it.

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