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.

That Credit Advice You’re Getting Could Be Hogwash
That Credit Advice You’re Getting Could Be Hogwash
on October 14, 2014

When you get advice from a lender about your credit, you might assume they know what they are talking about. But it’s always good to check the facts.

The Secret Life of Your Car’s VIN
The Secret Life of Your Car’s VIN
on October 13, 2014

Those 17 digits reveal a lot about your vehicle.

What If You Get Sued After a Car Accident?
What If You Get Sued After a Car Accident?
on October 9, 2014

Your first call if sued after an accident should be to your car insurance company, which can defend you, negotiate a settlement or go to court.

The 2 Words That Could Get You Out of Paying a Debt
The 2 Words That Could Get You Out of Paying a Debt
on October 8, 2014

The vast majority of consumers don’t show up to court when they’re sued over debt, but arriving to say a few words could be a game-changer for your credit.

13 Ways Black Friday 2014 Will Be Different
13 Ways Black Friday 2014 Will Be Different
on October 7, 2014

There will be unique opportunities this year for the saavy shopper, from special mobile payment discounts to possibly the best tablet deals ever.

Is This Legal? 40 Percent of My Paycheck Is Being Garnished
Is This Legal? 40 Percent of My Paycheck Is Being Garnished
on October 6, 2014

Jennifer is one of millions of Americans facing wage garnishments for unpaid debts, but hers exceeds the maximum allowed by law. What can she do about it?

Best US States for Young People
Best US States for Young People
on October 2, 2014

These states might not be the first to come to mind when you think about youth culture.

The Best and Worst Things to Buy in October
The Best and Worst Things to Buy in October
on October 1, 2014

Cars, costumes and pizza are all fantastic things to buy this month — but hold up on TVs, laptops and appliances.

The 20 Cars That Get the Most Traffic Tickets
The 20 Cars That Get the Most Traffic Tickets
on October 1, 2014

An Insurance.com analysis ranks the cars that lead-footed drivers like most.

Headlight Drama: Average Deer-Car Claim Cost Is Up 14 Percent
Headlight Drama: Average Deer-Car Claim Cost Is Up 14 Percent
on September 30, 2014

Deer strike season is here. Make sure you have sufficient coverage.

The Most Expensive NFL Tickets
The Most Expensive NFL Tickets
on September 29, 2014

NFL tickets are most expensive in Foxborough, Mass., and least expensive in Cleveland. The price of admission isn’t all that fans need to budget for, though.

Don’t Let Your Kids Ride-Share With Your Car
Don’t Let Your Kids Ride-Share With Your Car
on September 25, 2014

Know what’s in store when your kids click “agree” on a ride-sharing app.

3 Ways Your Kids Can Get You Hacked
3 Ways Your Kids Can Get You Hacked
on September 24, 2014

Your child could easily click on a site that will infect your electronic device with malware.

Survey: Male Drivers Are Bothered by Phone Talkers, Women Irked by Lane Cutters
Survey: Male Drivers Are Bothered by Phone Talkers, Women Irked by Lane Cutters
on September 23, 2014

A new survey on driver distractions and safety reveals what annoys motorists most.

Bigger Isn’t Always Better: 10 Products Where a Smaller Size Will Do
Bigger Isn’t Always Better: 10 Products Where a Smaller Size Will Do
on September 22, 2014

Bigger products and purchases can be unwieldy, wasteful and expensive to maintain. These things prove that good things come in small packages.

The 10 States With the Rudest Drivers
The 10 States With the Rudest Drivers
on September 18, 2014

Insure.com’s new survey shines on a spotlight on states where bad driving behavior draws the most contempt from others sharing the road.

CFPB Sues Corinthian Colleges for Alleged Predatory Lending
CFPB Sues Corinthian Colleges for Alleged Predatory Lending
on September 17, 2014

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau estimates that 130,000 private student loans were initiated by Corinthian students from July 2011 to the present, with an outstanding balance of $569 million.

15 Awesome Adult Uses for Baby Powder
15 Awesome Adult Uses for Baby Powder
on September 16, 2014

Who knew that baby powder could be so useful for common household tasks.

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