Fear of Needles Keeps Many Away From Vaccines

on August 21, 2012

A majority of Americans will probably skip a flu shot, although new, much-smaller needles may change some minds.

College Grads Lead the Jobs Recovery
College Grads Lead the Jobs Recovery

on August 21, 2012

A new study shows the lifetime earnings of college-educated workers are nearly double those without degrees. The unemployment rate for recent high school grads is also four times as high as for recent college grads.

The 10 Most Beautiful Cars Ever – and What They Cost
The 10 Most Beautiful Cars Ever – and What They Cost

on August 21, 2012

The mid-1950s to the mid-1970s produced some of the coolest cars ever – which are worth millions today.

11 Ways Americans Feel Guilty for Not Going Green

on August 20, 2012

Nearly two in five Americans are ashamed of how much food they throw away. What makes you feel wasteful?

Companies’ Politics Affect the Lawsuits They Face
Companies’ Politics Affect the Lawsuits They Face

on August 20, 2012

A new study says Republican-leaning firms get sued more often for civil rights issues. Democrats? More often for securities fraud.

More Parents Saving for College with 529 Plans
More Parents Saving for College with 529 Plans

on August 20, 2012

Want to start a college fund? 529s have tax benefits – and parents who use them save more than those who don’t.

7 More Tips to Prepare for a Natural Disaster
7 More Tips to Prepare for a Natural Disaster

on August 20, 2012

In a natural disaster, everyone thinks of saving themselves and their loved ones. But what about saving your financial records and your money?

5 Steps to Dramatically Reduce the Cost of College
5 Steps to Dramatically Reduce the Cost of College

on August 17, 2012

The average sticker price for a public university is about $8,000 a year. Yet the average student pays less than a third that amount. Here’s how they do it.

More Americans Liking Hybrid Cars?
More Americans Liking Hybrid Cars?

on August 16, 2012

What’s driving interest in hybrids? High gas prices, plus twin desires to protect the environment and reduce the use of foreign oil.

10 of the Most Popular Pet-Friendly Hotels in America
10 of the Most Popular Pet-Friendly Hotels in America

on August 16, 2012

Still haven’t taken your summer vacation yet? Here’s a list of charming hotels that will welcome your pet with open arms – and treats.

How Much Tax Do the Most Profitable Companies Pay?
How Much Tax Do the Most Profitable Companies Pay?

on August 16, 2012

IBM paid only 1 percent of their earnings to Uncle Sam in taxes last year. Apple paid only 11 percent. How can companies earning billions be in a lower tax bracket than you are?

10 Affordable New Cars for College Students
10 Affordable New Cars for College Students

on August 15, 2012

Kelley Blue Book ranked 10 vehicles under 16 grand as good buys for the back-to-school crowd. Check ’em out.

Avoid Drought Price Hikes – 20 Ways to Save on Food
Avoid Drought Price Hikes – 20 Ways to Save on Food

on August 14, 2012

A rough summer’s going to hit us at the grocery store, but these tips can help offset rising food prices.

20 Big Cities Where Buying a House Beats Renting
20 Big Cities Where Buying a House Beats Renting

on August 13, 2012

Do you live in one of the 5,355 cities where owning a home becomes cheaper than renting one within three years? Maybe it’s time to start shopping.

4 Tips to Insure Your College Student – and Save
4 Tips to Insure Your College Student – and Save

on August 13, 2012

Classes start soon, so time for a pop quiz: Is your student properly insured? Here’s a cheat sheet.

Small Businesses Hiring: 4 Tips for Job Seekers
Small Businesses Hiring: 4 Tips for Job Seekers

on August 13, 2012

21 percent of small business owners plan to hire in the next few months, says a new survey. By knowing what they’re looking for, you’ll increase your odds of landing a job.

Will Millennials Eat All Their Money?
Will Millennials Eat All Their Money?

on August 10, 2012

A new survey says young people are more likely to eat out – and are most influenced by coupons.

A Quick, Free Way to Watch All of the Olympics
A Quick, Free Way to Watch All of the Olympics

on August 8, 2012

Here’s a super-easy, foolproof trick to watch the Olympics online – including what you’ve already missed.

6 Steps to Ditch Your Bank Without Fees and Hassle
6 Steps to Ditch Your Bank Without Fees and Hassle

on August 7, 2012

You shouldn’t have to break the bank to escape it. Here’s how to save time and money switching to a new one.

10 Weird and Affordable Hotels
10 Weird and Affordable Hotels

on August 6, 2012

Not satisfied with the ordinary hotel experience? You won’t forget a stay at these places.

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