Nearly Half of Bostonians Admit to Aggressive Driving
Nearly Half of Bostonians Admit to Aggressive Driving

on June 23, 2014

Boston ranks No. 1 for aggressive driving, but nationwide motorists report witnessing plenty of bad driving behavior, including cutting funeral lines, a new survey says.

13 Reasons to Check Your Credit Scores Right Now
13 Reasons to Check Your Credit Scores Right Now

on June 19, 2014

Have you put off checking your credit score and credit reports? Here are 13 reasons you should stop delaying.

10 Worst States to Make a Living in 2014
10 Worst States to Make a Living in 2014

on June 18, 2014

If you’ve struggled to find decent work in these areas, it may be time to look elsewhere.

10 Best States to Make a Living in 2014
10 Best States to Make a Living in 2014

on June 17, 2014

Workers in these areas may have an advantage over their counterparts elsewhere in the U.S.

The Wrong Ways to Get Rid of Your Student Loans
The Wrong Ways to Get Rid of Your Student Loans

on June 16, 2014

Class of 2014, the time has come to find a job and start paying down your student loans. These three tactics, however, will not get you off the hook.

Most People Think Data Privacy No Longer Exists
Most People Think Data Privacy No Longer Exists

on June 12, 2014

Most people don’t expect much in the way of data protection when they go online, a survey shows.

Dad’s Chores at Home Are Worth $24,000 This Year
Dad’s Chores at Home Are Worth $24,000 This Year

on June 11, 2014

The new Father’s Day Index shows a small increase from last year.

Are You Trading in Your Constitutional Rights for a Loan?
Are You Trading in Your Constitutional Rights for a Loan?

on June 10, 2014

Should it be OK to waive your right to sue your lender for wrongdoing? The CFPB is considering next steps for arbitration agreements in the fine print.

How to Get the Best Deals on Father’s Day Gifts
How to Get the Best Deals on Father’s Day Gifts

on June 9, 2014

Can’t afford to splurge on Dad this year? Here’s what to expect from deals in the next week so you can score an inexpensive Father’s Day gift.

Can a Debt Collector Come After My Social Security?
Can a Debt Collector Come After My Social Security?

on June 5, 2014

Are your Social Security benefits safe from debt collectors? It turns out that the answer isn’t necessarily clear-cut.

Worst States for Banking in 2014
Worst States for Banking in 2014

on June 4, 2014

If you live in one of these states and find banking difficult, it’s probably not your imagination.

Best States for Banking in 2014
Best States for Banking in 2014

on June 3, 2014

When it comes to favorable banking conditions, a certain cluster of states has a distinct advantage.

4 Ways New Grads Are Vulnerable to Identity Theft
4 Ways New Grads Are Vulnerable to Identity Theft

on June 2, 2014

As new graduates enter the “real world,” many will be facing real-world transactions for the first time, putting them at risk for identity theft.

Walmart May Require Security Code for Credit Card Purchases
Walmart May Require Security Code for Credit Card Purchases

on May 29, 2014

You might have to punch in the three-digit code on the back of your card when making a purchase over a certain amount.

The Best and Worst Things to Buy in June
The Best and Worst Things to Buy in June

on May 29, 2014

Gaming consoles will see better deals this month, but don’t plan on buying Apple products or summer grills just yet.

More Are Worried About Theft of Credit Card Info
More Are Worried About Theft of Credit Card Info

on May 28, 2014

Americans have apparently been paying attention to all of the news about data breaches at major stores.

The 10 Most Dangerous Cities for Walking
The 10 Most Dangerous Cities for Walking

on May 28, 2014

The four deadliest cities for pedestrians are in Florida, according to a new survey.

What New Grads Need to Know About Obamacare
What New Grads Need to Know About Obamacare

on May 27, 2014

Obamacare has changed the world of health insurance for recent grads. Here’s what you need to know.

The Highest-Paid Public College Presidents
The Highest-Paid Public College Presidents

on May 26, 2014

Here are some of last year’s highest-paid public university presidents and the average debt loads of the graduates they served, based on class of 2012 figures.

Could Making Minimum Payments Hurt Your Credit Score?
Could Making Minimum Payments Hurt Your Credit Score?

on May 22, 2014

How you use your credit card can have a big effect on your credit score, but how you pay them could matter too.

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