Author: Stacy Johnson
Tired of holding your smart phone in your hand while you watch your favorite shows or movies? Here’s a way to use an old credit card to create a nifty stand.
We were one of the first news organizations in the country to disclose the ongoing foreclosure fiasco. The firm at the heart of our story is now losing a ton of business.
Card issuers are willing to pay millions for valuable information from colleges and alumni associations, which could include phone numbers, e-mail addresses and physical addresses of members.
There’s a special place in hell reserved for people who steal money from those who can least afford to lose it. Don’t make them rich while they wait for their slot to open.
Tough economic times have forced more employees than ever to raid their 401(k) retirement accounts. But before you even think about going down this road, read this.
Despite getting hundreds of stupid scam emails over the years, this one literally made me laugh out loud. But it’s depressing to think there’s even one person anywhere in the world this stupid.
If you’ve got an individual health insurance policy that was issued before March 23, 2010, it’s probably time to shop for a new one. Because new provisions of the health care reform law could help you save hundreds on medical bills.
Employers are increasingly turning to credit scores to help screen applicants who may be unreliable or a risk of theft. But many states are questioning using credit scores to judge someone’s job qualifications.
Feel sorry for the poor robo-signer who had to sign 1,000 foreclosure files a day? Then here’s some good news: allegations are now surfacing that at least one robo-signer got help from co-workers.
Imagine standing in your front yard and watching as a car pulls up. A stranger gets out, walks up to you, verifies your identity, then serves you with foreclosure papers. Now imagine that you’ve never missed a mortgage payment in your life.
About to take the next step and move in with your partner? Here’s some advice on how to merge your money – ignore it at your peril.