Car Dealers Escaping Oversight?
Car Dealers Escaping Oversight?
on June 23, 2010

It looks like the nation’s 18,000 car dealers will successfully accelerate away from any plan to oversee them via a new consumer regulatory agency.

New Rules Could Increase Bank Fees
New Rules Could Increase Bank Fees
on June 23, 2010

Banks are already preparing new fees on basic banking services as they try to replace revenue lost to financial regulatory reform.

If the Oil Spill Ruined Your Wedding, Would Wedding Insurance Help?
If the Oil Spill Ruined Your Wedding, Would Wedding Insurance Help?
on June 22, 2010

Wedding cancellations because of the Gulf oil spill highlight both the strengths and weaknesses of wedding insurance. Is it worth buying?

Money Advice for Recent Grads
Money Advice for Recent Grads
on June 22, 2010

The transition from student to responsible adult isn’t always an easy one. Here’s some advice to consider as you start down the path.

Congress Takes a Swipe at Swipe Fees
Congress Takes a Swipe at Swipe Fees
on June 21, 2010

If you have a debit card, the cost for using it is likely to drop – for your local merchant. Whether you’ll see the savings or not, only time will tell.

COBRA Subsidy is Gone: Now What?
COBRA Subsidy is Gone: Now What?
on June 21, 2010

People who lose their jobs today don’t get a government-sponsored 65% subsidy for their COBRA health insurance payments.

Bright Idea: Better Light Bulb Labeling Ahead
Bright Idea: Better Light Bulb Labeling Ahead
on June 21, 2010

Starting in 2011, light bulbs will be labeled with brightness and cost to operate, making it easier to comparison shop.

Money and Marriage: Like a Horse and Carriage
Money and Marriage: Like a Horse and Carriage
on June 21, 2010

Only drug addiction and extramarital affairs play a more active role in divorce than disagreements over money, so it makes sense to talk about finances before your marriage.

Supreme Court: Privacy? Not on the Company’s Phone
on June 17, 2010

Rule of thumb: Before you send that dirty text on your company-owned cell phone, imagine that the Supreme Court is going to read it.

JD Power: U.S. Cars Now Beat Imports in Quality – Barely
JD Power: U.S. Cars Now Beat Imports in Quality – Barely
on June 17, 2010

For the first time ever, U.S. cars as a whole beat out imports for quality.

Tips to Steer Clear of Trouble in 6 Car-Accident Scenarios
Tips to Steer Clear of Trouble in 6 Car-Accident Scenarios
on June 17, 2010

Here are six common car-accident scenarios and tips on how you can curtail trouble before it starts.

On the Horizon – A Tidal Wave of Tax Forms
On the Horizon – A Tidal Wave of Tax Forms
on June 16, 2010

Thanks to the health care reform bill, life’s about to get a lot more taxing for small business.

Lower Rates Coming on Credit Cards?
Lower Rates Coming on Credit Cards?
on June 15, 2010

The Federal Reserve issued more credit card regulations today that will cap penalty fees at $25 and may result in lower interest rates for millions of cardholders.

The Mother of Outrageous Fees?
The Mother of Outrageous Fees?
on June 15, 2010

A New York company recently announced a plan to collect 1% of the sales price of a home each and every time it’s sold for the next century.

Tips to Help Recent Grads Build Credit
Tips to Help Recent Grads Build Credit
on June 14, 2010

Whether starting out or starting over, building a solid credit history is the key to better borrowing. Here’s how to do it right.

Should Medical Debt Count Against You?
Should Medical Debt Count Against You?
on June 12, 2010

Some in congress think your medical debt shouldn’t count in determining your credit worthiness. What do you think?

Most Homeowners Think It’s OK to Walk Away
Most Homeowners Think It’s OK to Walk Away
on June 11, 2010

Only 23% of respondents in a recent survey said that it’s OK to stop paying their mortgage if their property is worth less than they owe. But that’s not the whole story.

5 Tips to Make Sure Your Mortgage Loan Gets Approved
5 Tips to Make Sure Your Mortgage Loan Gets Approved
on June 10, 2010

Those easy mortgages of the housing bubble days are over. Here are five ways to make sure you get the loan you need to buy your dream house.

Credit Card Debt Falls $138 Billion Since October ’08
Credit Card Debt Falls $138 Billion Since October ’08
on June 9, 2010

Americans are using less plastic, staying more current on their debts and building their savings.

7 Tips to Save at least $1,000 on Your Next Move
7 Tips to Save at least $1,000 on Your Next Move
on June 9, 2010

Here are some quick tips to save at least $1,000 on your next move, and a few more that will help reduce your stress.

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