That school health insurance plan your child brought home when classes started? It's cheap, yes. But read carefully before you buy. it doesn't cover much. If anything at all.
The 2014 annual ranking from US News & World Report has changed its methods to reflect new admissions standards and to increase the weight of graduation and retention rates.
Even in the waning days of historically low interest rates, you can still refinance your home. But you still need to do these 6 things to make a successful go of it.
According to one study, there's a $14 billion industry based on the notion that most people don't even glance at their credit card statements every month. Don't be a victim.
You went ahead and bought that new car anyway. OK. So don't speed, don't let it get dirty, keep it professionally maintained and for goodness sake don't install that crazy horn!
According to one survey, 12% of companies plan to exclude spouses on health care plans to save on costs and offset the effects of the Affordable Care Act.
You can drive, but you can't hide from telematics, the system in your car that tracks your every move. Is this a good thing? Insurance companies think so.
If you have direct deposit and bill pay, you may feel like the hassle of moving just isn't worth it. But it may well be worth your trouble. Here's how to make a smooth transition.
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