Author: Stacy Johnson
There are as many facets to the diamond-buying decision. But you can make the process less stressful by learning a little before you venture out. Here’s everything you need to know, told by someone who’s been there.
One would think that regulators are supposed to oversee the companies they regulate. But the incoming chair of the House Financial Services Committee, Rep. Spencer Bachus apparently has a different idea.
Turns out that the highly-respected investment magazine Barron’s likes one of the same stocks I do for the exact same reasons. They even have the same price target. The only difference between their article and mine? I liked the stock of the LCD glass-maker 3 months and 3 points before they did.
New York City may soon start charging motorists up to $500 if the fire department shows up at the scene of a traffic accident. Other cities are already doing something similar. More fallout from driving municipal budgets into a ditch?
If you’re a tobacco plant, the tobacco mosaic virus is no friend. But if you’re a battery-burning human being, it could soon turn out to be the best thing ever to come from a tobacco field. Someday your iPad battery may last a year.
In prior stories, we’ve covered blatant rule violations by lenders and the lawyers they hired to process foreclosures. Turns out some of the lawyers defending hapless homeowners may also be more interested in money than justice.
Can you really make money working from home? Sure, but it’ll take some work to separate the scams from the scores.
If the proposed compromise preserving the Bush Tax Cuts moves forward as agreed, it will benefit the wealthy a lot more than it will the working poor.
Checking your tire pressure, tuning up your car, carpooling… While tired ideas like these might help you cope with higher prices at the pump, they’re not your best defense. Not even close.
For the next two years we’ll be living in tax heaven: we’re going to have the Bush tax cuts extended, along with all the other cuts established during the Great Recession. So much for deficit reduction.
Read the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform’s recommendations for a fascinating – and horrifying – glimpse of just how much money our government has been wasting.
Things that are “free” on the web usually come with strings attached. But if you like the Dead, here’s music to your ears – 30 free songs: really!
What would you do if you got unsolicited mail saying you’re qualified for a special government program and pre-qualified for a special mortgage rate? Here’s what I’d do.
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