Author: Stacy Johnson
The United/Continental merger may be just another boring business deal. Or it may mark the beginning of a trend to higher ticket prices.
The “Cash for Appliance Clunkers” program is the latest way to save on new, energy efficient appliances, but it’s certainly not the only way. Whether you’re planning to take advantage of your state’s program or it’s already over, check out these appliance-shopping tips.
Anyone who smokes has considered it: quit smoking for a while, tell your insurance company you’re a non-smoker, get lower rates… then, if you light up again, so what? Well, if that’s your strategy, be careful not to get your ash handed to you.
Although the provisions of the health care reform bill requiring insurance companies to allow kids 26 or under to remain on parental insurance policies don’t kick in until September, some major companies are giving graduating seniors a break.
On Friday, April 16th, we added 2,000 shares of Citigroup and 1,000 of Huntington Bancshares to our model portfolio. Here’s why.
Want to use my Fort Lauderdale home for a few weeks? OK, provided you’ve got a place for me to crash in Manhattan. House-swapping may well be the single best way to both save vacation money and enhance your next travel experience.
There’s an old expression: “When the US sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold.” Our recent housing crisis and recession quickly spread around the world. Now we’re exporting something a little more pleasant: consumer protection.
My personal health insurance bill went up 40% this year, and this week I learned that the CEO of the company that issued my policy, United HealthCare, received more than 100 million dollars in compensation last year. Do I care? Yes.