Author: Brandon Ballenger
If your children could attend school from home, for free, would you sign up? K12 is one online charter school getting taxpayer support: See if it sounds right for your kids.
Tablet computers are a hot commodity, but their prices are steep – unless HP holds another fire sale, or other major players jump into the market soon.
Community colleges have always been a cheaper alternative to universities, and now some are changing to better serve those seeking a higher education at a lower price.
Smartphones are fast becoming as indispensable as car keys, especially when combined with useful apps. But there are also apps that are just bizarre. Here are 10 of the most useful, along with 10 of the weirdest.
Want better insurance rates? Join the club – just don’t expect a membership discount. A recent Consumer Reports investigation found that policies quoted through associations like AARP were sometimes cheaper and sometimes pricier than the non-membership rates.
Your mechanic sounds sympathetic as he explains you need an $800 repair – should you believe him? New computer diagnostic tools can help you decide whether you’re being led astray, and track other useful info about your car.
Dental coverage is usually separate from health insurance, and your employer may not offer it. If that’s the case, is it worth getting? At least one dentist says no.
It’s a tough market for selling houses – one of the worst in a decade. But smart clean-up and redecorating can help you sell faster and for more.