Would it surprise you to know that the top consumer complaints of 2013 included problems with new and used auto sales, trouble with home repairs,...Read more
Whether you are paying Social Security taxes or receiving Social Security benefits, you should have a "my Social Security" account. Why should you have an...Read more
It’s August and the back to school sales are in full swing. And there is something on sale for every member of the family. Smart...Read more
We all have important documents. Many of us have items that we consider irreplaceable. Do you know where they are? Are they protected from water,...Read more
Enticing offers pop up frequently online, on TV, and in stores for services or goods that you might actually use if they were legitimate. But...Read more
The discussion about the tracking of our activities, purchases, likes, and so forth has been focused online. Now comes news about tracking us in stores...Read more
You've heard all the doom and gloom reasons for saving money, such as:
You should save for rainy days.
You should save for emergencies.
If you don't save,...Read more
In recent weeks, the Heartbleed security bug has headlined hundreds of news stories. Not only were user names, passwords, and other personal information potentially exposed,...Read more
Which Should You Do First?
This question is familiar to most consumers. It typically occurs each month when the credit card statements arrive. According to TransUnion...Read more