What ‘Sell By’ and ‘Use By’ Dates on Food Really Mean
What ‘Sell By’ and ‘Use By’ Dates on Food Really Mean

on September 16, 2015

At least 90 percent of Americans throw out food each year because they don’t understand the meaning of dates stamped on packages. Here is how to stay safe.

5 Sneaky Jeweler Tricks of the Trade
5 Sneaky Jeweler Tricks of the Trade

on December 17, 2014

A little education can go a long way to protecting yourself from an unscrupulous jeweler when you’re looking to buy bling for the holidays. Here’s what you need to know.

Remarrying in Midlife or Old Age? 6 Tips
Remarrying in Midlife or Old Age? 6 Tips

on October 21, 2013

You need to discuss finances, adult kids and estate planning before remarrying later in life.

Not Planning to Buy Health Insurance? Here’s What’s Going to Happen to You
Not Planning to Buy Health Insurance? Here’s What’s Going to Happen to You

on October 4, 2013

You’ll have to pony up cash to the federal government if you ignore the requirement to purchase health insurance — and you could face a pile of medical bills if you’re injured or seriously ill.

House Underwater? A Personal Line of Credit Can Provide a Lifeline
House Underwater? A Personal Line of Credit Can Provide a Lifeline

on September 30, 2013

Home equity lines of credit remain out of reach for millions of Americans. They may have an alternative.

Airlines Make Billions in Ticket Change Fees, Travel Insurance Commissions
Airlines Make Billions in Ticket Change Fees, Travel Insurance Commissions

on September 26, 2013

You think you’re being smart by buying travel insurance to protect yourself from rising change ticket fees. But your claim may be denied.

4 Unexpected Ways to Save With a Green Vehicle
4 Unexpected Ways to Save With a Green Vehicle

on September 23, 2013

Buying a environmentally friendly vehicle could earn you tax credits, rebates and other discounts.

Is Your Bank the Target of Consumer Complaints?
Is Your Bank the Target of Consumer Complaints?

on September 18, 2013

A new report shows which banks received the most complaints to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Should You Let Your Car Insurance Company Spy on You?
Should You Let Your Car Insurance Company Spy on You?

on September 16, 2013

Usage-based insurance can offer big savings, depending on how much you drive and how you drive.

Are You Driving One of the Most-Stolen Cars?
Are You Driving One of the Most-Stolen Cars?

on September 12, 2013

Your old Honda or new pickup truck could be a magnet for auto thieves.

Baffled by Your Credit Card Rewards? You’re Not Alone
Baffled by Your Credit Card Rewards? You’re Not Alone

on August 30, 2013

If you’re among the many who are confused by the offers of cash back, airline miles or points offered by their credit cards, here’s how to figure it out.

How to Score Your Dream House When the Market Is Hot
How to Score Your Dream House When the Market Is Hot

on August 26, 2013

With a hot housing market, you may find yourself in a bidding war for a new home. There are ways to arm yourself to help you win.

You’re Retired? How to Volunteer Overseas
You’re Retired? How to Volunteer Overseas

on August 16, 2013

Retirement doesn’t need to keep you at home. Seniors are the fastest-growing segment of international volunteers.

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