Stacy Johnson on January 5, 2018
Every time the Powerball gets big, “experts” hit the airwaves with books and systems they say will increase your odds. Should you bite?
Nancy Dunham on January 5, 2018
Before you venture out into uncertain winter conditions, build your car’s emergency kit and know safe winter driving procedures. It could save your life.
Karla Bowsher on January 3, 2018
A large new study shows that calcium or vitamin D supplements are not all they’re cracked up to be for people over 50.
Emmet Pierce on January 3, 2018
If you want to know where the economy is headed in the coming year — and how it might affect you — check out predictions in these key sectors.
Stacy Johnson on January 2, 2018
If you’ve got a debt problem, it’s time to stop worrying and start doing something about it.
Kari Huus on January 2, 2018
As the year began, with a newly elected president promising to shake things up, here’s what people on Wall Street and Main Street thought was coming.
Karla Bowsher on January 1, 2018
Consumer Reports asked its readers if they would buy the same vehicle again. Here are the models that got the greatest number of “yes” votes.
Karla Bowsher on December 30, 2017
Hospitalization will be costlier for Medicare beneficiaries in 2018 than it was in 2017. Here’s more reason to stay healthy in the new year.
Money Talks News on December 29, 2017
No doubt, tax deductions are a nice thing. But watch this video and learn why they aren’t as terrific as many Americans imagine.
Karla Bowsher on December 28, 2017
Thinking of buying a Powerball or Mega Millions ticket as those jackpots grow? Read this list, and you’ll probably reconsider.
Marilyn Lewis on December 27, 2017
Financial counselors are not all created equal. Here’s how to avoid scoundrels and find people who will help you conquer debts.
Emmet Pierce on December 26, 2017
While U.S. inflation remains modest, there are some striking exceptions to the rule. Here are things significantly more expensive than a year earlier.
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