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Product Reviews

How Secure is Your Mobile Device?

If you want to buy a smartphone but fear attacks from mysterious hackers intent on stealing your private data, buy an Android or Windows Phone 7 and avoid an Apple iPhone or Blackberry at all costs.

Money Management

How to Make More Money

Say the word “budget” to some folks and you’ll find them running for cover. That’s because when it comes to constraining oneself, a budget may seem too hard to implement.

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How to Sell Your Car to a Private Party

If you’re in the market for a new car, then trading in your vehicle is one consideration as you put together a deal. It is also a near certain way for you to lose hundreds perhaps thousands of dollars as you accept the dealer’s offer which will be less than what your car would fetch had your sold it privately.

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How to Find Your Vehicle’s History Report

Whether you want information on the car you currently own or on the used car you want to purchase for your teenager, you can find out its history through certain history reports developed by private vendors.

Money News

Mortgage Rates Remain Attractive as Spring Buying Season Commences

Warmer weather is bringing home buyers out, consumers who are ready to test local housing markets in a bid to find property.

Credit Reports

The 5 Components of Your Credit Score

Consumer credit scores are a big deal, but not usually something Americans think about until they need to take out a mortgage, refinance a loan or obtain an automotive loan or other credit. Often, consumers won’t know their credit scores unless there is a problem.

Consumer Tips

Is Groupon a Useless Coupon Site?

Earlier this month we ran an article on our sister website,, titled: “How to Make the Most of Groupon.”

Money News

AT&T Bid for T-Mobile Raises Caution From Consumer Advocates

Cell phone providers are among the largest utility companies in the world, multibillion dollar operations catering to billions of consumers around the globe.

Consumer Tips

How to Raise Your Credit Score Quickly

Your credit score is a three-digit number used by creditors to determine if you are “worthy” to get a loan or to be extended a line of credit such as a credit card or home equity line.

Autos Express

9 Ways to Reduce Pain at the Pump

Gas prices are at levels last seen in 2008. And we all know how that turned out: consumers cut back on their driving, the market plunged and we entered into the deepest recession since the Great Depression.

Business Services

4 Businesses Improving Virtual Transactions for Companies

Completing a transaction online can be a headache for many people. Buying online means you cannot see and test your products before you purchase them.

Consumer Tips

Charity Fraud & How to Avoid Getting Scammed

You’re likely familiar with your local Boy Scout troop, animal shelter and garden club, but they’re not the only organizations who might be interested in receiving a financial contribution from you.

Consumer Tips

Cash Back Rewards Are Once Again In Vogue

Prior to the economic meltdown of 2008, cash back rewards programs on credit cards were frequently offered and generously packed with amenities. That quickly changed when the economy nose-dived and consumer default rates surged.

Consumer Tips

Easter 2011 Shopping Tips

Easter Sunday is very late this year, arriving on April 24, 2011, the latest date in memory for most people.

Consumer Tips

How to Find Affordable Dental Insurance

Dental insurance is the fringe benefit most of us want, but either do not have or isn’t sufficient for our needs.