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The kids are on vacation from school, and you’re taking time off work. That’s what summer is all about. But doesn’t the dog also deserve a little warm-weather R&R? Of course! Summer is a great time to let your puppy have a little extra fun in the sun. Just remember to do it safely. As... Read More
A U.S. Senate investigation just gave consumers a reason to cut the cord. According to a report released Friday, TWC overcharged customers nationwide an estimated $639,948 between January and April this year, with the projected yearly total pegged at $1,919,844. On top of all that, Charter, TWC’s new parent company as of May, told the Senate’s Subcommittee that it... Read More
It’s no secret that women often make less money than men, but a new study discovered there’s a certain age when that problem escalates. According to a gender equity report from Visier, a workforce analytics firm, the gender wage gap in America widens around age 32. The study found this is the time when women... Read More
Starbucks is one those places we love to visit, even though it’s not always the best choice for our wallets. But believe it or not, there are ways to save money and still get your java fix. Here, I’ve rounded up the best Starbucks money-saving hacks to use on your next visit. 1. Check the Menu There are plenty of... Read More
More Americans plan to celebrate the 4th of July this year, but it seems they’ll be keeping their holiday spending in check. According to an annual survey from the National Retail Federation, consumers will spend an average of $71.34 per household on food for Independence Day barbecues and picnics. This is a mild increase from last year,... Read More
Only 6% of Americans think their finances will improve after the November presidential election, regardless of which party’s candidate wins, according to a recent loanDepot survey. In fact, the survey found that most Americans expect their financial situations will either stay the same (66%) or become worse (24%). Part of the negative sentiment appears to... Read More
If you’ve ever lost your debit card, you know the hassle of getting it replaced: You have to call (or go to the bank if you need a temporary card), pay a small fee for replacing the card, and then wait as much as two weeks before your new card arrives. PNC Bank is trying... Read More
If you get a spare second today, you may want to check your Amazon account. There’s a good chance you’ve got some money waiting for you, courtesy of Apple. Back in 2014, a federal court approved an antitrust settlement brought against the tech company over the price-fixing of e-books. The settlement stipulated Apple pay out... Read More
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