Wal-Mart Announces Price Roll-Back on College Tuition
Wal-Mart Announces Price Roll-Back on College Tuition
on June 4, 2010

Retailing giant Wal-Mart to offer college credit, reduced tuition for its employees.

How to Buy a Foreclosure
How to Buy a Foreclosure
on June 3, 2010

There’s no cheaper way to buy a house than through a foreclosure auction. But foreclosure buying is also the riskiest. Is it for you?

Think Texting is Distracting? How About Sex Behind the Wheel!
Think Texting is Distracting? How About Sex Behind the Wheel!
on June 3, 2010

If you choose to believe a new survey by head-set maker Jabra, one in seven of us has had sex while driving.

Should You Buy A Foreclosure?
on June 3, 2010

With some experts predicting that the housing market may soon be bottoming nationwide, now be a good time to buy a foreclosure.

Have I Got a Bad Deal for You! The Rise of Health Insurance Scams
Have I Got a Bad Deal for You! The Rise of Health Insurance Scams
on June 2, 2010

The worse the economy gets, the more con artists rise to the surface with schemes to trick you out of your hard-earned money, including a fast-growing crop of fake health insurance plans.

AT&T: No More Fixed-Price, Unlimited Internet
AT&T: No More Fixed-Price, Unlimited Internet
on June 2, 2010

If you’re planning on getting an iPhone, iPad or other web surfing wireless device from AT&T, don’t plan on unlimited web-surfing for a low monthly fee.

How NOT to Buy a Foreclosure
on June 2, 2010

Across America people are scooping up distressed properties at major discounts. But if you’re tempted to do the same, be aware: you can lose your life savings at the crack of a gavel.

Are You a Stupid Driver?
Are You a Stupid Driver?
on June 1, 2010

A national drivers test suggests 38 million American drivers may be unfit to get behind the wheel. It also says which states have the best and worst drivers. Hint: if you plan on driving in New York this summer, be especially careful.

New Fed Website Not Much Help to Consumers
New Fed Website Not Much Help to Consumers
on May 26, 2010

The Fed recently announced a new website designed to help consumers choose the best credit card for their needs. Too bad it doesn’t do anything of the sort.

Mortgage Rates Plunge to 25-Year Low
Mortgage Rates Plunge to 25-Year Low
on May 20, 2010

According to one well-known weekly survey, last week’s mortgage rates cracked 5% for the first time since 1985.

Hidden Travel Costs Boost Vacation Expenses
Hidden Travel Costs Boost Vacation Expenses
on May 19, 2010

You’ve gone online and gotten the best possible deals on your plane fare, rental car and hotel. Think your costs are covered? Think again.

The 5 Best Companies for Customer Service
The 5 Best Companies for Customer Service
on May 17, 2010

Whether you own a business or work at one, customer service is crucial for success. The best in customer service and what we can all learn.

Credit Card Changes in Store?
Credit Card Changes in Store?
on May 17, 2010

With the passage of last year’s CARD act, consumers won major concessions from credit card companies. Now it may be your local merchant’s turn.

The Right Way to Close a Credit Card Account
The Right Way to Close a Credit Card Account
on May 16, 2010

Here’s a question I recently got from a viewer. It’s a common one…see if you can relate.

6 Tips for Lower Medical Bills and Cheaper Drugs
6 Tips for Lower Medical Bills and Cheaper Drugs
on May 13, 2010

My health insurance policy features a $5,000 deductible, and I’m not shy about letting my doctor know that I’ll be paying my bills myself. But if the thought of discussing money with your doctor leaves you feeling ill, check out this story.

7 Tips to Finding the Grill of Your Dreams
7 Tips to Finding the Grill of Your Dreams
on May 11, 2010

Comparing today’s grills to those of yesteryear is like comparing a Ferrari to a Model T. Here’s a quick guide to finding the grill of your dreams.

Transform Last Year’s Tax Refund Into Next Year’s Tax Credit
on May 6, 2010

Got your tax refund from last year? Transform it into an income tax credit for next year, while making some some cool improvements around the house at the same time.

Merger Could Affect Credit Cardholders and Frequent Flyers
Merger Could Affect Credit Cardholders and Frequent Flyers
on May 6, 2010

The creation of the nation’s largest airline may be taking off as Continental and United announced plans to merge. If it happens, changes could occur for those with Continental or United credit cards and frequent flier rewards.

The New Credit Card Law is Working
The New Credit Card Law is Working
on May 5, 2010

It’s been less than three months since the CARD Act changed credit card statements, and there’s already evidence that it’s working.

How Your Credit Affects Your Insurance Bills
on May 5, 2010

Like it or not, insurance companies think that those with damaged credit are more likely to suffer damaged cars and damaged homes.

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