GOP Kills Regulation That Protects Right to Sue — Now What?
GOP Kills Regulation That Protects Right to Sue — Now What?

on October 24, 2017

Congress just voted to repeal a rule protecting your ability to join class-action lawsuits against financial companies. Here’s what this news means for consumers.

Amazon Unveils Epic Sale on Kindle E-Readers, E-Books and More
Amazon Unveils Epic Sale on Kindle E-Readers, E-Books and More

on October 24, 2017

Act fast and you can score Amazon’s best-selling Kindle e-reader for even cheaper than it was on Black Friday. And that’s just the beginning of this anniversary sale.

Will Congress Limit How Much You Can Save for Retirement?
Will Congress Limit How Much You Can Save for Retirement?

on October 23, 2017

Reports say Republicans might slash your ability to contribute to your 401(k) plan. The president says he won’t let it happen. Here’s what it all means.

Government Says You Can Stash Away More for Retirement in 2018
Government Says You Can Stash Away More for Retirement in 2018

on October 23, 2017

You can put more money into several — but not all — types of retirement accounts next year. Here’s who will be affected, and how much more they can contribute.

IRS to Reject Tax Returns That Lack Key Health Insurance Details
IRS to Reject Tax Returns That Lack Key Health Insurance Details

on October 20, 2017

The IRS might not accept your tax return — thereby delaying your refund — if you skip Obamacare requirements.

7 Ways to Guard Your Wallet — and Identity — When Shopping Online
7 Ways to Guard Your Wallet — and Identity — When Shopping Online

on October 19, 2017

Safeguarding your sensitive information while online is crucial as the holidays approach. Here are seven tips to help.

Are You Overlooking This Valuable Credit Card Perk?
Are You Overlooking This Valuable Credit Card Perk?

on October 18, 2017

Some credit cards come with a perk you might find in an expensive hotel. Even better, these card-based services are free.

Student Debt Soars: 5 Ways to Pay Off Your Loans Faster
Student Debt Soars: 5 Ways to Pay Off Your Loans Faster

on October 18, 2017

Student loan debt has reached a new record high, with college grads of every age bearing this burden. Here are five tricks to pay off college loans sooner.

Millennials Save More Than Older Folks — Here’s What You Can Learn From Them
Millennials Save More Than Older Folks — Here’s What You Can Learn From Them

on October 18, 2017

Workers ages 18 to 34 are socking away more money for retirement than older generations. We would all be wise to take a hint or two from their savings streak.

3 Free Family Halloween Events Start This Weekend
3 Free Family Halloween Events Start This Weekend

on October 17, 2017

Treat your children, grandchild or pet to some free fun this weekend or next.

Widespread Security Flaw Leaves Wi-Fi Networks Open to Attack
Widespread Security Flaw Leaves Wi-Fi Networks Open to Attack

on October 16, 2017

This vulnerability enables hackers to intercept information you transmit over a Wi-Fi connection. Here’s what every internet user must know — and do — about it.

2018 Social Security Bump Is Biggest in 6 Years for Retirees
2018 Social Security Bump Is Biggest in 6 Years for Retirees

on October 16, 2017

Some workers’ paychecks will also be impacted by changes recently announced by the Social Security Administration.

8 Handy Household Uses for Coffee
8 Handy Household Uses for Coffee

on October 16, 2017

Coffee is good for much more than a morning caffeine jolt. Here’s how to enlist coffee beans, leftover grounds and even plants in an array of helpful household hacks.

Trump Ends Subsidies for Health Insurers: How It Impacts You
Trump Ends Subsidies for Health Insurers: How It Impacts You

on October 13, 2017

Insurance companies no longer will receive federal payments and as a result are expected to hike premiums for certain plans. Here’s how that could play out.

ZIP Codes With the Highest Home Insurance Rates Have This in Common
ZIP Codes With the Highest Home Insurance Rates Have This in Common

on October 12, 2017

The areas with the highest — and lowest — homeowners insurance premiums in the country offer a lesson about the factors that insurers weigh when setting rates.

3 Types of Workers at Risk of Being Replaced by Robots in a Decade or Less
3 Types of Workers at Risk of Being Replaced by Robots in a Decade or Less

on October 11, 2017

Millions of jobs across three industries are considered at “high” risk of being automated. Is your job among them?

Protect Your Health From the Most Germ-Ridden Parts of Airplanes
Protect Your Health From the Most Germ-Ridden Parts of Airplanes

on October 11, 2017

Areas of airplanes harbor far more bacteria than even the most germ-ridden areas of your home. But a few simple steps can keep you healthy when flying.

3 Wise Ways to Protect Your Social Security Number Today
3 Wise Ways to Protect Your Social Security Number Today

on October 11, 2017

Safeguarding your SSN is critical to avoiding identity theft. Here are three preventive steps you may not know about.

6 Stores That Allow Coupon Stacking
6 Stores That Allow Coupon Stacking

on October 10, 2017

Coupon stacking — the practice of applying multiple coupons to a single product — is one of the best ways to save. These stores let you do it.

Flights as Cheap as $49 During Semi-Annual Southwest Sale
Flights as Cheap as $49 During Semi-Annual Southwest Sale

on October 10, 2017

For less than $100, you can fly across the U.S. or even to warmer countries this winter. But these prices won’t last long.

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