Why 1 Billion Stolen Passwords Is No Reason to Freak Out
Why 1 Billion Stolen Passwords Is No Reason to Freak Out
on August 12, 2014

A billion stolen passwords sounds like a lot, but it’s no cause for alarm. After all, you knew passwords weren’t keeping your money or information safe, right?

New FICO Formula Could Raise the Credit Scores of Many
New FICO Formula Could Raise the Credit Scores of Many
on August 11, 2014

FICO announced a new credit scoring formula that lessens the negative impact of paid and medical collections accounts.

Many Admit To Driving When They Were Too Drowsy
Many Admit To Driving When They Were Too Drowsy
on August 7, 2014

CarInsurance.com’s survey reveals that drivers hit the road while sleepy, sick and drunk.

Is This the Death of Passwords?
Is This the Death of Passwords?
on August 5, 2014

The continued race to stop high-tech crooks has led researchers to try yet another security frontier — one that may signal the death of the password.

The Dangers of Playing the Credit Card Rewards Game
The Dangers of Playing the Credit Card Rewards Game
on August 5, 2014

One of the perks of having high credit scores is that credit issuers offer generous sign-up bonuses. Although the offers can be tempting, there are risks.

Where to Watch Free Movies and TV Online
Where to Watch Free Movies and TV Online
on August 4, 2014

Looking for the best streaming sites for free entertainment online? Look no further. DealNews has compiled some of the top options.

Totaled in Kansas, Not in Colorado
Totaled in Kansas, Not in Colorado
on July 31, 2014

Thresholds for totaling a car vary by state and could affect whether your car is sent to the scrap heap or the body shop.

A New Hope for Student Loan Defaulters
A New Hope for Student Loan Defaulters
on July 30, 2014

A change to the federal student loan program presents a huge opportunity to borrowers who have defaulted on their loans from the government.

10 Things Not to Buy for Your College-Bound Student
10 Things Not to Buy for Your College-Bound Student
on July 29, 2014

College is expensive, so parents should save money any way they can. Here are 10 items they can cut, without anyone noticing.

The Best and Worst Things to Buy in August
The Best and Worst Things to Buy in August
on July 28, 2014

PCs and travel are hot, big-screen TVs and Apple aren’t so much, in DealNews’ August buying guide.

The Shocking Secrets of Hoarders
The Shocking Secrets of Hoarders
on July 28, 2014

Used kitty litter. Boxes of empty pill bottles. Rat droppings. An Insure.com survey reveals the disturbing details of hoarding.

7 Years Later, I Owed More on My Student Loans Than When I Started Paying
7 Years Later, I Owed More on My Student Loans Than When I Started Paying
on July 24, 2014

Sharon Cece borrowed $10,000 in student loans in 2004 to finish her bachelor’s degree. Seven years later, she discovered she owed $11,060.

12 Words Never to Say to Your Insurance Company
12 Words Never to Say to Your Insurance Company
on July 23, 2014

Saying the wrong thing can cause confusion and delay with your insurance claim, or even denial.

A Mortgage Shocker That’s on the Way for 800,000 Homeowners
A Mortgage Shocker That’s on the Way for 800,000 Homeowners
on July 22, 2014

At-risk homeowners who modified their mortgages through HAMP to help them stave off foreclosure have a new problem: looming interest rate increases.

9 Impulse Purchases You Instantly Regret
9 Impulse Purchases You Instantly Regret
on July 21, 2014

It’s buying useless stuff like this that keeps you from saving money and having an emergency fund in the bank.

What Really Happens If I Bounce a Check?
What Really Happens If I Bounce a Check?
on July 17, 2014

Most people know they shouldn’t bounce checks. Besides causing embarrassment, if you don’t deal with a bounced check, it can cause you a lot of problems.

The Best Days to Find Online Coupons
The Best Days to Find Online Coupons
on July 16, 2014

Here are the best times of the month and year to find online coupon codes from major retailers.

10 Signs You Need to Update Your Car Insurance Policy
10 Signs You Need to Update Your Car Insurance Policy
on July 15, 2014

If you fail to review your coverage, you could be missing out on discounts or have insufficient coverage.

What Your Credit Card Number Means
What Your Credit Card Number Means
on July 14, 2014

Credit cards numbers are like vehicle identification numbers or VINs, in that each digit has importance.

9 Surprising Ways Identity Theft Can Hurt You
9 Surprising Ways Identity Theft Can Hurt You
on July 14, 2014

It can affect your employment, your insurance rates and your medical care, among other facets of your life, and also land you in jail.

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