Author: Karla Bowsher
Part-time and remote gigs offer a host of perks for various types of workers, but finding them can be overwhelming. Start with this list.
There’s a disconnect between men and women about who makes the household’s financial decisions — and it can be costly for women.
One action can significantly boost your odds of reaching financial goals — but most Americans have yet to do it.
A watchdog group has accused Amazon of “deceptive” pricing practices, but there’s an easy way to ensure you don’t fall for inflated discounts.
The best pay-TV and internet providers in the country are not the big names. Here are your best options for getting great service, according to Consumer Reports subscribers.
Many Americans guess incorrectly when asked to choose the best investment. Are you risking your retirement?
Many Americans don’t realize they are owed pension benefits from past employers. Here’s how to find out if you are among them.
A house is not a surefire investment. Weigh key factors to determine whether you are better off renting or owning.
The “Great American Eclipse” is coming this summer. Find out everything you need to know to see it yourself.
Here’s how to get in on a class-action lawsuit if you’ve bought a phone, computer or other electronics with a lithium-ion battery from 2000-2011. It takes fewer than five minutes.
Smart toys and other entertainment devices that connect to the internet can jeopardize security and safety. Here’s how to protect your household.
You can donate your unused items to charity without even leaving your home. There’s no cost to you. Here’s how it works.
A home is the biggest purchase many people will ever make. Learn how to avoid buyer’s remorse.
Subscribers to one cable TV provider pay $2 billion annually for free channels, but may not even realize they are being charged.
Americans are wasting more than they likely realize every time they search for parking.
At least 1 in 4 Americans eat out three times a week. Here’s how to cut your restaurant costs in half with little effort.
It’s easy to find free security programs from reputable companies — if you know where to look.
A new report reveals how closely corporations such as Amazon, AT&T, Comcast, Pinterest and WhatsApp guard all the personal data they collect.
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