Author: Michael Koretzky
In today’s news: Japan’s radiation-spewing reactors get power but not repairs, hybrid cars made in Japan are selling fast, AT&T’s merger with T-Mobile might help its customers (or it might not), Sprint and Google team up, and home sales – and prices – are down.
In today’s news: Inflation is low yet prices are still climbing, U.S. manufacturing keeps improving, Visa will allow personal payments, Californians won’t face 59-percent health insurance hikes, and Lincoln is deemed the most dependable car manufacturer.
In today’s news: U.S. natural gas prices won’t be affected by Japan’s nuclear crisis, Honda recalls some Civics, Republicans don’t like Obama’s consumer protection plans, food prices skyrocket, and $5 ATM fees may be right around the corner.
It’s called pay-as-you-drive insurance, and it can save you money. But there’s a big trade-off that makes some folks a little queasy.
Today in the news: Global markets slip on oil, Republicans propose budget cuts for Wall Street regulators, Cadillac sells more by adding incentives, U.S. manufacturing jumps to record highs, and so do iPhone sales for Verizon.
No one likes going to the dentist: It’s uncomfortable, sometimes painful, and dental insurance usually stinks. But it turns out, dentists don’t like some of us either.
A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the web. This week: making corsages out of denim, catching mice with beer, the ABCs of contracts, making free phone calls, and check yourself before you wreck your electronics.
Welcome to America Saves Week 2011. Are you doing your part by setting some money aside? If not, here’s some help.
While the recession has cut down on employees being tardy, it hasn’t put a dent in the dumb excuses they give their bosses.
Have you started your taxes yet? If not, here’s a chance to win a $50 premium tax software package.
In today’s roundup: Sarah Palin says a government shutdown might be a good idea, state government workers protest to keep their pay, one in 10 U.S. Internet users are missing out, home prices are more affordable than ever, and Honda issues a massive recall.