Three Ways to Help Close the Financial Gender Gap
Three Ways to Help Close the Financial Gender Gap
on September 7, 2010

This summer was both hot and revealing – especially about women and their money. Here are the latest dollar figures that separate the sexes, and what women can do about it.

How to Flex Your Financial Muscle with FSAs
How to Flex Your Financial Muscle with FSAs
on September 7, 2010

If you’ve never heard of flexible spending accounts, now is the time to learn. FSAs can save you serious money. So learn the basics – and don’t miss your enrollment period.

Credit Card Deals Making a Comeback?
Credit Card Deals Making a Comeback?
on September 6, 2010

During the recession, it’s been hard to find credit cards with low rates and good perks. That may be changing. Here are some examples that you can capitalize on.

How to Make Labor Day a Leisure Day
How to Make Labor Day a Leisure Day
on September 2, 2010

A few years ago, waiting until the last minute to strike a Labor Day deal would’ve cost you big bucks. But this year, the best time to save on holiday air travel, local vacations – and even cars – is right now.

Will “Do Not Track” Do For Computers What “Do Not Call” Did For Phones?
Will “Do Not Track” Do For Computers What “Do Not Call” Did For Phones?
on September 2, 2010

The federal government is toying with the idea of a “Do Not Call” list for computer users. But some experts doubt it will work as well as the version that successfully bans phone solicitors. In the meantime, we tell you what you can to protect yourself today.

3 Tips for Healthy Finances if You Get Sick
3 Tips for Healthy Finances if You Get Sick
on August 30, 2010

Even with gold-plated health insurance, the cost of a major illness can wipe out your savings. Here’s how to do your best while preparing for the worst.

Is Frugal Sexy? Men and Women Disagree
Is Frugal Sexy? Men and Women Disagree
on August 27, 2010

Money is a turn-on for both single men and women – but in completely opposite ways. Or so says a new study.

Pining for Pensions: We Want Them, Even When They Leave Us Wanting
Pining for Pensions: We Want Them, Even When They Leave Us Wanting
on August 26, 2010

A new study shows that half of Americans would love the stability of a pension instead of a volatile 401(k). But other research reveals that pensions have problems of their own these days.

Prescription for Trouble?
Prescription for Trouble?
on August 26, 2010

According to a new survey, most Americans think their doctor is more loyal to big drug companies than individual patients. But some new innovations are on the way. In the meantime, we have some tips for saving money without sacrificing your health.

Get the Most From Your Unwanted Gift Cards
Get the Most From Your Unwanted Gift Cards
on August 25, 2010

You can easily sell unwanted gift cards or buy ones you do want at a discount. Here’s some advice to make sure you get the biggest bang for your gift buck.

One Day Soon Your Cell Phone May Replace Your Credit Card
One Day Soon Your Cell Phone May Replace Your Credit Card
on August 24, 2010

Europe has it. So does Asia. So why is America last when it comes to using your cell phone as a credit card?

Internships Aren’t Just for the Young
Internships Aren’t Just for the Young
on August 23, 2010

Unemployed older workers can’t find jobs, so they’re applying for internships and competing with college students.

Mixed Signals: Your Internet Access Isn’t as Fast as Your ISP Says It Is
Mixed Signals: Your Internet Access Isn’t as Fast as Your ISP Says It Is
on August 23, 2010

A new FCC study shows that your access to the Internet is up to 50 percent slower than advertised.

Where to Enjoy the Least Taxing Vacations
Where to Enjoy the Least Taxing Vacations
on August 20, 2010

A new study lists the vacation destinations with the best and worst travel taxes. And there are some surprises.

Riding the Wave: How Healthcare Is Faring This Summer
Riding the Wave: How Healthcare Is Faring This Summer
on August 18, 2010

Consumer confidence in the healthcare system is still low, a quarter of Americans are skipping medical care because of the cost, and even government is cutting benefits. Here’s what you can do.

Drivers Put the Brakes on Their Car Insurance
Drivers Put the Brakes on Their Car Insurance
on August 18, 2010

The Geico Gecko may be cute, but customers’ satisfaction with their car insurance policies is getting ugly.

Want a High-Paying Job with Great Benefits? You Need Uncle Sam
Want a High-Paying Job with Great Benefits? You Need Uncle Sam
on August 13, 2010

Federal workers not only receive better benefits than private employees, they’re now paid better, too.

Travel is About to Get Easier – In the Air and On the Ground
Travel is About to Get Easier – In the Air and On the Ground
on August 11, 2010

Federal rules may force airlines to make travel easier, while a new survey may persuade hotel chains to provide nicer rooms.

Are You In or Out? Just a Few More Days to Decide
Are You In or Out? Just a Few More Days to Decide
on August 10, 2010

Starting next week, if you want overdraft protection for your debit card, you must “opt in.” But should you?

Is That Your Family? Next Year, Your Boss May Ask You to Prove It
Is That Your Family? Next Year, Your Boss May Ask You to Prove It
on August 9, 2010

With healthcare costs set to rise next year, your employer will still cover you – but you’ll have to prove your family is really your own.

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