The vast majority of us are uneasy about the prospect of being in a car that’s driving itself. But the jitters seem to go …
With guaranteed income emerging as the great retirement issue of our long-lived days, a once-ignored annuity gains traction.
Studies show that folks with complex finances also have the least healthy finances. Here’s how to lead a simple money life.
Politicians, driver advocacy groups and even the police are trying to outlaw speed traps, not only because they’re annoying, but because when speed limits are too low, roads become more — not less — dangerous.
Increasingly, Big Data – make that Big Brother? – is in the front seat of your car, and is affecting how much you pay for auto insurance.
Data collected for a new study indicates that some auto insurers charge higher rates to people who don’t have college degrees. In some cases, this means less educated customers get overcharged to the tune of an extra $300 per year.
Over the last decade, the number of insurance claims related to dog bites has basically remained flat. But the amount of money paid out in claims has soared, and last year dog bites accounted for more than one-third of all
When it comes to spring cleaning, you probably haul the junk out of your garage, scrub your fridge, and wash the rugs and drapes. But don’t forget about your personal finances. Just after tax season is the perfect time to perform …
In coming weeks and months, a new comprehensive set of guidelines for what kids should know about money–and when–will land in your school district.
Ever wonder which alcohol brands are most popular … among consumers who are too young to buy alcohol? Is daylight savings harmless, or does it cost us hundreds of millions of dollars annually? And most pressing of all, which celebrity do you wish was your insurance agent?
Flashing red lights in your rear-view mirror are never a good thing, but it turns out getting a traffic ticket might not be as expensive as you think.
In its new study of car insurance rates, the Consumer Federation of America reports that lower-income people pay higher premiums, even if their driving is better than that of their rich neighbors.