The 14 Best Black Friday Ads So Far
The 14 Best Black Friday Ads So Far
on November 13, 2014

Staples stunned with the cheapest laptop in history, but Target and Best Buy are leading the charge with TV doorbusters.

My Mom Stole My Identity. Do I Have to Turn Her In?
My Mom Stole My Identity. Do I Have to Turn Her In?
on November 13, 2014

Identity theft by family members happens and, as readers point out, it can create some sticky situations and family strife.

10 Awesome Costco Shopping Secrets That Go Way Beyond Free Samples
10 Awesome Costco Shopping Secrets That Go Way Beyond Free Samples
on November 12, 2014

Liquor, gift cards and Costco’s Kirkland brand are just the beginning of the savings.

How Often Should You Change Your Passwords?
How Often Should You Change Your Passwords?
on November 11, 2014

You’ll be surprised by what the security experts recommend.

11 Things NOT to Buy on Black Friday
11 Things NOT to Buy on Black Friday
on November 10, 2014

Not everything sees its best deals of the year during Black Friday. This year, don’t waste your money on things like furniture, gift cards and tools.

11 Deals That Changed Black Friday as We Know It
11 Deals That Changed Black Friday as We Know It
on November 6, 2014

From the first iPhone discount to the first sub-$200 42-inch TV, Black Friday wouldn’t be the shopping behemoth it is today without the help of these game-changing deals.

Skipping Vacation Won’t Get You a Bonus or Raise, Study Finds
Skipping Vacation Won’t Get You a Bonus or Raise, Study Finds
on November 5, 2014

A new study shows that workers who leave a lot of unused vacation time on the table are less likely to get a raise or bonus than those who take time off.

Holiday Layaway 2014: Don’t Sacrifice Savings for Convenience
Holiday Layaway 2014: Don’t Sacrifice Savings for Convenience
on November 4, 2014

Layaway can seem like a great way to secure that hard-to-find gift on a budget, but make sure you aren’t missing out on deals by locking yourself in.

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

It’s almost time for Black Friday, and a lot of product categories are going to see excellent deals this month.

Are the New, ‘Safer’ Credit Cards Already Vulnerable?
Are the New, ‘Safer’ Credit Cards Already Vulnerable?
on November 3, 2014

Recent incidents expose vulnerabilities of chip-and-PIN credit card technology. You have to wonder: Can any system keep us safe from fraud?

How Do Mistakes Get Removed From Your Credit Reports?
How Do Mistakes Get Removed From Your Credit Reports?
on October 30, 2014

If you dispute inaccurate information on your credit reports, how long should it take for the corrected information to appear?

Get the Most for Your Totaled Car
Get the Most for Your Totaled Car
on October 29, 2014

An insurance company offer on your wrecked car is just that. Here’s how to get more.

Updating Insurance After a Policyholder Dies
Updating Insurance After a Policyholder Dies
on October 28, 2014

Heirs need to stay on top of insurance policies on cars and houses after a policyholder passes away.

19 Ways to Make Use of Baby Shampoo Outside of the Bathtub
19 Ways to Make Use of Baby Shampoo Outside of the Bathtub
on October 27, 2014

You’ll be surprised by how many things this fresh-smelling, hypoallergenic liquid can do.

12 Golden Rules of Decluttering
12 Golden Rules of Decluttering
on October 23, 2014

Stick to these rules, and your home will never be cluttered again.

5 Reasons the Other Driver’s Insurance Won’t Pay
5 Reasons the Other Driver’s Insurance Won’t Pay
on October 22, 2014

Just because the other driver crashed into you doesn’t mean he’s liable.

The Most Expensive Mortgage Mistakes You Can Make
The Most Expensive Mortgage Mistakes You Can Make
on October 21, 2014

We all make financial missteps, but mistakes made when buying a home can really be magnified. Here are four mortgage mistakes you can’t afford to make.

10 Reports Your Car Insurance Company Pulls About You
10 Reports Your Car Insurance Company Pulls About You
on October 20, 2014

You’ll be surprised by all of data about you that is available to insurers.

How Do Credit Report Errors Happen?
How Do Credit Report Errors Happen?
on October 16, 2014

If you have seen wrong information on your credit report — and plenty of people have — you’ve probably wondered how it got there.

Could Student Loans Cost You Your Social Security Benefits?
Could Student Loans Cost You Your Social Security Benefits?
on October 15, 2014

Social Security garnishment for student loans isn’t unheard of, but you may be able to reduce the amount taken out of your check.

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