Catch a Recruiter’s Eye With These 7 Cover Letter Tips
Catch a Recruiter’s Eye With These 7 Cover Letter Tips
on January 15, 2015

You’ve gotten their attention with your fabulous résumé. Now’s the time to drive the point home. Here’s how.

4 Ways to Make Your Gmail Safer in 2015
4 Ways to Make Your Gmail Safer in 2015
on January 14, 2015

Take advantage of the built-in security features available through your email provider to prevent unauthorized use of your account.

The FHA Just Cut a Major Expense for New Homebuyers
The FHA Just Cut a Major Expense for New Homebuyers
on January 13, 2015

Lower rates are coming to private mortgage insurance for first-time homebuyers.

9 Things to Remove From Your Résumé Right Now
9 Things to Remove From Your Résumé Right Now
on January 12, 2015

These things can make you look unprofessional, unqualified and unprepared.

Rollin’ with Dough: We Keep Too Much Cash in Our Cars
Rollin’ with Dough: We Keep Too Much Cash in Our Cars
on January 8, 2015

Who says Americans can’t save? We’ve got $2.4 billion stashed in our vehicles.

How I Averted a Medical Billing Disaster
How I Averted a Medical Billing Disaster
on January 7, 2015

Even if you never receive a medical bill, failure to pay for your care can do serious damage to your credit. Here’s what happened after an ER visit.

The Big Scams and Security Threats to Watch Out for in 2015
The Big Scams and Security Threats to Watch Out for in 2015
on January 6, 2015

Scammers will take advantage of new technologies to try to steal our identities and our money.

The Best and Worst Things to Buy in January
The Best and Worst Things to Buy in January
on January 5, 2015

Holiday shopping may be over, but that just means retailers will offer more enticing discounts this month.

10 Signs You’ve Gone From Frugal to Cheap
10 Signs You’ve Gone From Frugal to Cheap
on January 5, 2015

Watching your spending is good, unless you find yourself stooping to these habits.

The 10 States With the Highest Credit Card Delinquency Rates
The 10 States With the Highest Credit Card Delinquency Rates
on January 1, 2015

Missing credit card bill payments will seriously hurt your credit score, but the sooner you get back on track, the less of an impact it will have.

7 Reasons to Use a Dashboard Camera
7 Reasons to Use a Dashboard Camera
on December 31, 2014

A dash cam car insurance discount doesn’t yet exist, but recording your drive may still help keep your car insurance rates down.

Life Lessons From a 99-Year-Old Man
Life Lessons From a 99-Year-Old Man
on December 30, 2014

Meet Grandpa Cheese, who has some truly sage advice to give.

The Naughty List: 10 Bad Behaviors That Aren’t Illegal
The Naughty List: 10 Bad Behaviors That Aren’t Illegal
on December 25, 2014

Swearing at a cop, driving barefoot and running certain stop signs won’t get you a ticket or jail time. See what else you can do.

6 Low-Cost (or Free!) Gifts People Will Actually Like
6 Low-Cost (or Free!) Gifts People Will Actually Like
on December 24, 2014

We found six gifts that are cost-free, or close to it, and are actually likely to be treasured — so you can keep your debt repayment plan on track.

12 Things That Will Be Less Expensive in 2015
12 Things That Will Be Less Expensive in 2015
on December 23, 2014

Falling gas prices and an end to tariffs on Chinese imports will affect prices on everything from food to electronics.

13 Things That Will Be More Expensive in 2015
13 Things That Will Be More Expensive in 2015
on December 22, 2014

Bourbon and bacon and chocolate, oh my! Drought, shortages and more will increase costs on some notable goods next year.

7 Ways to Beat Extra Airline Fees
7 Ways to Beat Extra Airline Fees
on December 18, 2014

Preparation can keep your airfare at its advertised price. Here’s how to avoid the airline fees that can add to your travel costs.

Congress Extends Tax Break for Troubled Homeowners, But Headaches Aren’t Over
Congress Extends Tax Break for Troubled Homeowners, But Headaches Aren’t Over
on December 18, 2014

Forgiven debt that’s considered taxable income can result in more debt for consumers. But Congress has extended a break that helps some former homeowners.

The Santa Index 2014: Santa’s Job Is Worth About $140,000
The Santa Index 2014: Santa’s Job Is Worth About $140,000
on December 17, 2014

There’s wide disagreement about how much Santa should be paid.

The States With the Most Credit Card Debt
The States With the Most Credit Card Debt
on December 16, 2014

Here’s a list of states where people’s credit card debt tends to be the highest. Is your state among them?

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