Author: Michael Koretzky
Michael Koretzky on September 6, 2017
The camera on your phone might just be all you need to take the pictures you want — as long as you pair it with some free software.
Michael Koretzky on August 9, 2017
It is possible to save money (and agitation) on a new ride without ever speaking to a car dealer yourself. Here’s how it works.
Michael Koretzky on September 4, 2013
What happens when you combine a little money with some elbow grease? A car that sells fast and puts more money in your pocket — maybe a lot more.
Michael Koretzky on July 8, 2013
A growing trend in contracts for cellphones, bank accounts, credit cards and lots of other services is costing consumers their rights. It’s called ‘forced arbitration.’ Here’s what it is and what you can do about it.
Michael Koretzky on July 3, 2013
Long-term care insurance is becoming much more expensive for women than it is for men in many states. Here’s how you can reduce the cost.
Michael Koretzky on April 8, 2013
A new survey asks Americans what they fear most financially; the results might surprise you.
Michael Koretzky on June 15, 2012
A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: last-minute Father’s Day gifts, cheap men’s grooming, what to use dryer lint for, how to spot counterfeits, and saving on summer vacations.
Michael Koretzky on May 11, 2012
Whether you’ve been busy or broke, it’s not too late to give your mom something special. Here’s how to make mom happy by using your imagination instead of your money.
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