The Scary Way a Friend Request Can Lead to Identity Theft
The Scary Way a Friend Request Can Lead to Identity Theft

on August 28, 2014

Cybercriminals are exploiting the popularity of social media sites to worm themselves into inner social circles. Here’s what to know before you approve a friend request.

Am I Responsible for My Adult Son’s Medical Bills If He’s on My Insurance?
Am I Responsible for My Adult Son’s Medical Bills If He’s on My Insurance?

on August 27, 2014

Just because parents are paying for their kid’s health insurance doesn’t mean they want to pay their medical expenses, too. But are they liable for them?

The Most-Stolen Vehicles of 2013
The Most-Stolen Vehicles of 2013

on August 26, 2014

Hondas and pickups top the National Insurance Crime Bureau’s annual Hot Wheels list of most-stolen vehicles.

What to Expect From 2014 Labor Day Sales
What to Expect From 2014 Labor Day Sales

on August 25, 2014

Labor Day sales are all about the end of summer, so we expect lots of deals on patio furniture and last-minute hotels. But who knew it was a great time to grab luxury labels, too?

The Hidden Dangers in Your Kid’s Backpack
The Hidden Dangers in Your Kid’s Backpack

on August 21, 2014

It’s almost time for kids to go back to school. Do you know what’s in your child’s backpack? Here’s a list of things identity thieves are targeting.

Paying Guests in Your Home? Check Your Homeowners Policy
Paying Guests in Your Home? Check Your Homeowners Policy

on August 20, 2014

The occasional rented room probably won’t run afoul of your homeowners insurance. A thriving vacation rental business just might.

Even Hackers Worry About Being Hacked
Even Hackers Worry About Being Hacked

on August 19, 2014

Hackers think they’ll never get in trouble, but they don’t think they’re invincible: The vast majority think they’re vulnerable to identity theft, according to a small survey taken at a recent convention.

Fender Bender: Should You File a Claim?
Fender Bender: Should You File a Claim?

on August 18, 2014

You have a car insurance deductible, but filing a claim for small amounts above that would be very costly, eventually.

How Much Auto Insurance Do You Need? Don’t Guess
How Much Auto Insurance Do You Need? Don’t Guess

on August 14, 2014

A new car insurance-buying tool can tell you how much insurance other drivers like you purchase in your state.

A Debt Collector Keeps Calling, But Says I Don’t Have to Pay!
A Debt Collector Keeps Calling, But Says I Don’t Have to Pay!

on August 13, 2014

A reader wrote to us to ask about collections calls she’s getting about her late husband’s store credit card, a debt the collector says she doesn’t owe.

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.

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