Cellphone Jailbreakers Set Free
Cellphone Jailbreakers Set Free
on July 26, 2010

Rules just released by the U.S. Copyright Office will for the first time make it legal to “jailbreak” your cell phone or in some cases copy a DVD.

Just the Ticket – Tips to Shop the Ticket Resale Market
Just the Ticket – Tips to Shop the Ticket Resale Market
on July 26, 2010

If you want tickets to a concert, game or other popular event, you’ve got two choices: pay the asking price from the primary seller, or take a chance and try to get a deal from one of many resellers. Here’s how to play the game.

Fast Way to Lose Weight? Lighten Up on Credit Cards
Fast Way to Lose Weight? Lighten Up on Credit Cards
on July 26, 2010

Nearly all fast-food chains now accept plastic. It’s a trend that’s adding to both bottom lines of the chains – and the bottoms of their customers.

Viewer Question: Should I Buy a Variable Annuity?
Viewer Question: Should I Buy a Variable Annuity?
on July 23, 2010

While earning a guaranteed 5% may sound like a great deal today, historically speaking it’s no big deal. If you can lock in 5% for one year, fine. But if you have to enter into a high-cost, long-term insurance contract to get it, it becomes a lot less attractive.

Payday Lenders Dropping Like Flies
Payday Lenders Dropping Like Flies
on July 22, 2010

Arizona is one of many states putting the squeeze on lenders that offer two week loans at up to 400% annualized interest. Is this the beginning of the end for payday lenders?

Financial Reform: Signature Today, But Few Changes Tomorrow
Financial Reform: Signature Today, But Few Changes Tomorrow
on July 21, 2010

The President will sign into law the most sweeping reforms to our nation’s financial system in 75 years, but don’t expect changes overnight.

Wall Street Reform – Vote Over, Studies Just Beginning
Wall Street Reform – Vote Over, Studies Just Beginning
on July 21, 2010

When Congress doesn’t have the either the votes or the chutzpa to make real changes, the studies begin. The financial reform bill orders up 68.

4 Ways You Lose From Financial Reform
4 Ways You Lose From Financial Reform
on July 20, 2010

The recently-enacted financial regulatory reform bill bashes the profitability of banks in numerous ways. Is there any doubt they’ll try to make up for it at your expense?

5 Ways You’ll Profit From Financial Reform
5 Ways You’ll Profit From Financial Reform
on July 19, 2010

Two years in the making, the new financial regulatory reform bill has arrived. Here are five ways it might put more money in your pocket – or at least keep it there.

It’s About Time: 401k Fees May Soon Be Disclosed
It’s About Time: 401k Fees May Soon Be Disclosed
on July 15, 2010

For years, employees have been in the dark regarding fees they pay to invest in 401ks and other work-related voluntary retirement plans. The Department of Labor has finally agreed to turn on the light.

What Financial Reform Means to You
What Financial Reform Means to You
on July 15, 2010

It’s not easy to boil down 2,300 pages of new legislation into 1,000 words or so, but here’s the down and dirty of what you need to know about the new financial reform bill.

Half of Baby Boomers May Not Have Enough For Retirement
Half of Baby Boomers May Not Have Enough For Retirement
on July 14, 2010

According to a recently-released study, many of those facing retirement haven’t set enough aside to keep their golden years golden.

Now You Can Deposit Checks Through Your Smart Phone
Now You Can Deposit Checks Through Your Smart Phone
on July 14, 2010

The ability to check your balance and transfer funds has long been a mainstay of smartphone apps, but now banks are increasing the convenience by allowing you to deposit paper checks through your phone as well.

10 Tip-Offs to Online Rip-Offs
10 Tip-Offs to Online Rip-Offs
on July 14, 2010

If you want to avoid being burned in an online scam, run through this checklist from the FTC

Healthcare.gov Now Helping With Health Insurance
Healthcare.gov Now Helping With Health Insurance
on July 14, 2010

There are plenty of comparison websites for those seeking private health insurance. Now the government has started one of their own that allows you to compare not just private insurance, but public options as well.

Should You Join the Gold Rush?
Should You Join the Gold Rush?
on July 13, 2010

The price of gold is up 400% since 2001. Time to join the gold rush, or is the party almost over? Here are both sides of the gold coin.

How Credit Cards are Changing in 2010
How Credit Cards are Changing in 2010
on July 13, 2010

While interest rates continue to creep up and rewards continue to disappear, the trends in 2010 aren’t as bad as those of last year.

40 Million Americans Now Have Bad Credit Scores
40 Million Americans Now Have Bad Credit Scores
on July 13, 2010

Feeling bad about your low credit score? At least you have plenty of company.

Tyco Buys ADCT – Gain of 73% for Online Portfolio
Tyco Buys ADCT – Gain of 73% for Online Portfolio
on July 13, 2010

ADC Telecommunications is a stock in the real-money online portfolio at MoneyTalksNews.com. If the deal goes through, it represents a 73% gain in less than a year.

Wall Street Gobbles Up 1/3 of Your 401k Pie
Wall Street Gobbles Up 1/3 of Your 401k Pie
on July 12, 2010

Think a $35 fee to check a bag is annoying? Compared to the hidden fees you pay to invest in your company’s 401k or 403b plan, they’re chickenfeed.

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