Superstorm Sandy Slip-Ups
Superstorm Sandy Slip-Ups
on November 1, 2012

Some businesses made some insensitive moves during Hurricane Sandy. Customers weren’t amused.

Two Points from Perfect Credit
Two Points from Perfect Credit
on November 1, 2012

A man in Ohio has an almost-flawless credit score. Here are the three rules he lives by.

App Lets You Visualize New Furniture
App Lets You Visualize New Furniture
on October 31, 2012

If you want to test-drive some IKEA furniture from home – or wherever else you care to – there’s an app for that.

Are You Being Watched Online?
Are You Being Watched Online?
on October 31, 2012

Did you know most Americans can be identified by just their birthday, gender, and zip code?

Mortgage Relief for Struggling Sandy Victims
Mortgage Relief for Struggling Sandy Victims
on October 31, 2012

Hit by the superstorm? Have a mortgage with Freddie Mac? You may get a little relief…

Halloween Candy Can Kill Pets
Halloween Candy Can Kill Pets
on October 31, 2012

Vets warn candy wrappers and chocolate are dangerous for your furry friends.

Hurricane Victims At ID Theft Risk
Hurricane Victims At ID Theft Risk
on October 31, 2012

Identity theft experts are warning disasters like Superstorm Sandy are a beacon to scammers. Get tips and a free guide to protect yourself.

When to File a Homeowners Insurance Claim
When to File a Homeowners Insurance Claim
on October 31, 2012

There are situations where filing a claim could result in higher rates or even dropped coverage. Here’s how to know when to file.

More Banks Waive Fees After Hurricane
More Banks Waive Fees After Hurricane
on October 30, 2012

Your bank may excuse out-of-network ATM fees and late fees if you were affected by Sandy.

Money Secrets Are Rare
Money Secrets Are Rare
on October 30, 2012

Think your spouse is hiding money? A new study says it’s not likely, but more common among the young.

Teens With Smartphones Have More Sex
Teens With Smartphones Have More Sex
on October 30, 2012

A new research study finds high school students who own smartphones are more sexually active, and some use the Internet to arrange trysts.

Who’s Postponing Halloween for Sandy
Who’s Postponing Halloween for Sandy
on October 30, 2012

Halloween parades, parties, and trick-or-treating are being postponed or cancelled in many storm-swept towns, especially in New Jersey. Check on yours before heading out.

Quick Hurricane Resources
Quick Hurricane Resources
on October 30, 2012

Looking for hurricane coverage, where to find shelter, or how to check in with loved ones? Here are some helpful links.

Lessons from a 10-Year Con Artist
Lessons from a 10-Year Con Artist
on October 29, 2012

Ever wondered how a scammer’s mind works, and what makes them successful? Here’s a compelling inside story from someone who worked on 30 different scam operations.

Chase Waives Fees for Hurricane Victims
Chase Waives Fees for Hurricane Victims
on October 29, 2012

Chase customers in the Northeast may avoid some fees incurred because of the storm.

Some .Gov Links Lead to Scams
Some .Gov Links Lead to Scams
on October 29, 2012

Even links that seem to link to official government sites may not be safe. Here’s why.

Theater Thief Stole $70,000 a Week
Theater Thief Stole $70,000 a Week
on October 29, 2012

When you see a movie, keep one hand in the popcorn and the other on your wallet.

Ford Reliability Keeps Dropping
Ford Reliability Keeps Dropping
on October 29, 2012

According to Consumer Reports readers, Ford vehicles have had an increasing number of major problems in the past few years.

iPad-Only Retail Stores?
iPad-Only Retail Stores?
on October 26, 2012

A clothing store chain has started swapping out cash registers. Payment methods won’t change, but some logistical changes might be weird…

Intimate Sales Fall
Intimate Sales Fall
on October 26, 2012

A research group looks at the data and says women are buying less lingerie than a year ago.

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