Government Goes After Company Scamming Seniors, Again
Government Goes After Company Scamming Seniors, Again

A medical alert company persisted in tricking elderly customers into purchases through deceptive robocalls despite an earlier legal challenge.

Coffee Drinkers, Prepare for a Price Jolt
Coffee Drinkers, Prepare for a Price Jolt

Starbucks raises prices as the cost of coffee beans drop. What’s up with that?

6 Tips to Avoid Becoming a Victim of ‘Food Fraud’
6 Tips to Avoid Becoming a Victim of ‘Food Fraud’

Food fraud can be hard to swallow — and dangerous to your health. Here are six ways to spot foods that may have added or substituted substances.

Will Greece’s ‘No’ Vote Crack Your Nest Egg?
Will Greece’s ‘No’ Vote Crack Your Nest Egg?

The Internet is buzzing with speculation in the wake of Greece’s vote against outside financial aid. What does it mean for you?

Life Events That Hugely Increase Your Identity-Theft Risk
Life Events That Hugely Increase Your Identity-Theft Risk

Some of life’s most important moments place you at the greatest risk for identity theft. Find out more.

The 10 Most Expensive ZIP Codes for Homebuyers
The 10 Most Expensive ZIP Codes for Homebuyers

Two states dominate the list of U.S. ZIP codes with the country’s most expensive homes. Find out where the wealthiest Americans live.

How to Talk Money With Your Spouse
How to Talk Money With Your Spouse

Does every discussion turn into a fight? Here’s how to successfully talk money with your spouse.

A Cautionary Tale: ‘Rewards’ App Busted for Mining Customer Data
A Cautionary Tale: ‘Rewards’ App Busted for Mining Customer Data

The developer enticed consumers with game points to be redeemed for clothes and other goods, then stole information.

Weapon Designed to Kill Off Phone Theft Proves Lethal
Weapon Designed to Kill Off Phone Theft Proves Lethal

How an initiative started by California lawmakers has pulled the rug out from under thieves who created a huge market in stolen cellphones.

Going to Greece? Load Up on Cash and Keep Your Eyes Open
Going to Greece? Load Up on Cash and Keep Your Eyes Open

Although Greece’s economy is wobbling, it’s still a good time to be a tourist in the culturally rich country. Just take these precautions to avoid hassles.

Why the Girls Scouts Turned Down a $100,000 Donation
Why the Girls Scouts Turned Down a $100,000 Donation

The national organization took a strong position for inclusion by rejecting this big chunk of change. Here’s the scoop.

How to Beat the Odds and Win at Contests
How to Beat the Odds and Win at Contests

I’ve been entering contests for decades, and I’ve won everything from appliances to ski lessons. Here’s how.

How the Supreme Court Ruling Cuts the Cost of Being Gay
How the Supreme Court Ruling Cuts the Cost of Being Gay

A ruling that recognized same-sex marriage will confer some of the financial benefits on couples that didn’t have them before — as well as some of the fiscal downside to tying the knot.

Take 5: A Roundup of Reads From Around the Web
Take 5: A Roundup of Reads From Around the Web

This week, wisdom on dealing with the debt collector, how to wrench kids from screens in the summer, freelancing for college students, strange jobs and shedding emotional baggage.

13 Cool Alternative Uses for Stuff You Have Around the House
13 Cool Alternative Uses for Stuff You Have Around the House

From cleaning your pans with ketchup to using cat litter to rescue a cell phone, cabinet staples can often do double duty.

10 Foods You Shouldn’t Buy Organic – and 12 You Should
10 Foods You Shouldn’t Buy Organic – and 12 You Should

Paying extra for organic food can take a big bite out of any budget. Want to get the biggest bang for your organic buck? Here’s what to buy – and what not to.

14 Ways to Redecorate Your Home for Free
14 Ways to Redecorate Your Home for Free

Don’t have the money for a home makeover? A few simple tactics will make your living space feel brand-new.

Fannie, Freddie CEOs Get $3.4 Million Raises
Fannie, Freddie CEOs Get $3.4 Million Raises

Last year, the CEOs of the two mortgage giants each earned around $600,000. This year, their take leaps to $4 million.

Full-Service Restaurants Can Be Worse for Health Than Fast Food
Full-Service Restaurants Can Be Worse for Health Than Fast Food

A new study finds that eating at full-service restaurants can be more dangerous than grabbing fast food.

Are Airlines Conspiring to Keep Plane Tickets Costly?
Are Airlines Conspiring to Keep Plane Tickets Costly?

The federal government is looking into whether major airlines are illegally keeping the price of plane tickets high. Find out more.

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