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Hallmarks of horrible customer service

Just about all of us will need to contact customer service at some point, and too often the outcome ends in frustration.

College bank cards may be an expensive welcome

From their very first day at college, many students will be paying fees to banks. Financial institutions—some of which have exclusive marketing rights on particular campuses—steer students into signing up for additional campus bank accounts that may charge high fees for accessing cash at ATMs and other common transactions such as purchasing books and meals.

Get the right blood thinner for an irregular heartbeat

These materials are made possible by a grant from the state Attorney General Consumer and Prescriber Education Grant Program, which is funded by the multistate settlement of consumer-fraud claims regarding the marketing of the prescription drug Neurontin (gabapentin).

All-new 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class has the makings of a luxurious crowd pleaser

We’ve just bought a 2015 Mercedes-Benz C300, the mainstream version of the newly redesigned C-Class sedan.

Why you may need to protect an IRA

If you file for bankruptcy protection, up to about $1.25 million in assets in your IRAs are protected from claims by creditors.

You don't need a juicer to make juice

With all the competition for counter space in the kitchen, do you really need a juicer in addition to a blender or food processor?

7 products on deep discount in September

Hurry up and grab these discounts! We've found seven products that are at their lowest prices in September, including gas grills.

Samsung's new Gear S smart watch can work without a phone

Samsung, the busiest smart-watch maker in the universe, today announced yet another new wearable, the Gear S.

Where do cost-conscious American women do their grocery shopping?

Supermarkets, move over. Women are increasingly going elsewhere to do their shopping in hopes of saving more money.

How to score discounts when shopping and eating out

Everyone loves a discount. And people of a certain age can snag one . . . by that we mean young and old.

How to beat the high cost of filling your gas tank

Gasoline prices have come down a bit since peaking in late April at more than $3.60 per gallon, according to federal data.

Flu-shot shopping made easy

The symptoms come on fast and strong: muscle aches and pain, fever, headaches, and exhaustion. The flu can knock you out for weeks—and that’s if you’re a healthy young adult.

5 signs your gas grill is over the hill

Even if you keep your grill clean and covered, parts can wear out. If your grill is still under warranty, fixing it is a no-brainer.

Powerful, high-tech 2016 Volvo XC90 breaks cover—finally

The outdated Volvo XC90 three-row SUV finally gets its first full revamp for 2016, with a new fuel-efficient, four-cylinder engine.

7 ways to save money on your electronics

We love our gadgets, but they sometimes cost us more than we expected—even after we bring them home. Our experts have lots of tips on how to save money when it comes to buying, using, and eventually selling your electronics devices.

Make your kitchen appliances last

Replacing your major appliances doesn’t come cheap so once you make the investment, you want to make sure they'll last.

How to choose a good, safe car for your new teen driver

It’s one of the most frequent questions we get from "Talking Cars" watchers: What’s a good car to pick for a new driver?

Why women should think differently about retirement planning

A healthy man of 65 has a 40 percent likelihood of living to age 85, the Society of Actuaries reports, but for a 65-year-old woman, the odds are better than even.

Why eating the right breakfast is so important

Roll your eyes if you like, but the old bromide about breakfast being the most important meal of the day is true (mostly).

Stop freaking out about retirement

Maybe it’s time to retire the word “retirement.” For millions of working Americans, the idea of scrapping work cold turkey one day is unfathomable.