We’ll Spend $255M for Beer on St. Patrick’s Day
We’ll Spend $255M for Beer on St. Patrick’s Day
on March 14, 2014

Here are seven fun St. Patrick’s Day facts as the holiday approaches.

5 Ways to Keep Your Passport Safe
5 Ways to Keep Your Passport Safe
on March 13, 2014

When traveling abroad or just staying locally, here are some tips to help keep your passport safe.

The Slacker’s Guide to Facebook Privacy
The Slacker’s Guide to Facebook Privacy
on March 12, 2014

As a privacy expert I get this question all the time: Are there two or three things I should do to make my Facebook account safer?

10 Things You Need to Know About Driver’s License Points
10 Things You Need to Know About Driver’s License Points
on March 11, 2014

Learn how driver’s license points are assessed, how long they stick and how they affect your auto insurance rates.

When Your Car Falls Through the Ice
When Your Car Falls Through the Ice
on March 10, 2014

More vehicles fall through ice than you’d guess. Recovery of the vehicle is mandatory and can cost thousands of dollars. Are you covered?

Netflix Users the Target of New Scam
Netflix Users the Target of New Scam
on March 6, 2014

A security blogger has alerted others to a scam targeting Netflix customers. Here’s what to look for — and why skepticism needs to carry the day.

Is This a Major Flaw in Mobile Banking?
Is This a Major Flaw in Mobile Banking?
on March 5, 2014

Mobile banking has, in some cases, resulted in checks being cashed both electronically and over the counter. What’s a consumer to do?

Identity Theft Tops the FTC’s Complaint List
Identity Theft Tops the FTC’s Complaint List
on March 5, 2014

Identity theft is once again the nation’s biggest headache for consumers, topping the annual rankings of filed complaints to the Federal Trade Commission.

Survey: Big Banks Equal Big Fees
Survey: Big Banks Equal Big Fees
on March 4, 2014

The latest MoneyRates.com Bank Fees Survey finds that large banks are leading the charge to higher fees.

Review: L.L.Bean Visa Card
Review: L.L.Bean Visa Card
on March 4, 2014

This card offers generous rewards for frequent L.L.Bean shoppers.

The Best and Worst Things to Buy in March
The Best and Worst Things to Buy in March
on March 3, 2014

Look for great deals on huge and 4K TVs, current-generation laptops and last year’s smartphones. You may also find some frozen food bargains.

Should You Panic? Obamacare Open Enrollment Ends Soon
Should You Panic? Obamacare Open Enrollment Ends Soon
on March 3, 2014

Don’t miss your chance to get health insurance for 2014.

Survey: Americans Prefer Tax Refunds to Bigger Paychecks
Survey: Americans Prefer Tax Refunds to Bigger Paychecks
on February 27, 2014

Actually there are some good reasons for doing that, even if you’re giving an interest-free loan to Uncle Sam.

Should I Pay my Taxes With a Credit Card?
Should I Pay my Taxes With a Credit Card?
on February 26, 2014

There are pros and cons to paying your tax bill with plastic, and extra fees you may not know about.

Could Your High Interest Rate Be Illegal?
Could Your High Interest Rate Be Illegal?
on February 25, 2014

Usury laws still exist in the U.S., and so do usury violations. Here’s what usury is, and how it can affect borrowers.

Review: Wyndham Rewards Visa Signature Card
Review: Wyndham Rewards Visa Signature Card
on February 25, 2014

This card has very generous benefits for travelers and has no annual fee.

Target Data Breach Has Cost Banks $240 Million … So Far
Target Data Breach Has Cost Banks $240 Million … So Far
on February 24, 2014

That’s just the cost to banks and credit unions for replacing millions of credit and debit cards.

Can You Do Anything to Prevent Identity Theft?
Can You Do Anything to Prevent Identity Theft?
on February 24, 2014

What can you do to prevent identity theft? Dealing with identity theft is not an issue of prevention, but rather an issue of containment.

Progressive May Monitor Your Location, as Well as How You Drive
Progressive May Monitor Your Location, as Well as How You Drive
on February 21, 2014

The insurance company is reportedly testing changes to its Snapshot program, but do you really want your car insurance company to know where you’ve been?

Can Your Credit Card Company Really Come to Your House?
Can Your Credit Card Company Really Come to Your House?
on February 20, 2014

What’s in Capital One’s cardholder agreement and what exactly does it mean?

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