NEW YORK, N.Y. – Federal officials moved to shut down seven websites that allegedly facilitated the distribution of pirated movies.
(StatePoint) Between planning your family vacation, keeping the kids occupied and beating the heat, the summer can be a busy time for both you and your wallet. One place you shouldn’t have to hurt financially is in the grocery store.
Last year’s stock market declines took their toll on many Americans, but retirees or near-retirees were among the most affected.
SUNRISE, Fla. – As the Fourth of July approaches and people prepare to mark our country’s independence with awe-inspiring fireworks displays, the non-profit credit counselors at American Debt Counseling are urging consumers to claim their own independence from credit card debt with its “Here’s Me Debt Free” online video contest.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight (OCIIO) announced Tuesday that it will begin accepting applications for the Early Retiree Reinsurance Program (ERRP).
Senior citizens and others living on a fixed or low income know how difficult it is to make ends meet, especially when costs for essentials like health care, food and energy increase faster than their sources of income.
When you leave a job – whether due to layoff or for any reason – you are often faced with a decision about your 401 (k) or other retirement plans.
If the economic mess was a disobedient child, at least one expert would recommend a spoonful of castor oil and a good old fashioned whack on the behind to set him straight.
TRENTON – Democrats in the state Legislature reached on compromise with Gov. Chris Christie on a state budget proposal Monday that is expected to be voted on next week.
My wife and I survived two major home remodeling projects and we’ve got the battle scars to prove it. Like most people feeling cramped for space – thanks to two growing children in our case – we weighed the plusses and minuses of remodeling versus moving to a larger home.