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  • Family finances: fast fixes for money mishaps

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance Act quickly to minimize the financial damage. Your income tax bill is way more than you expected, and you can't come up with the money by April 15. File your return by April 15 and pay as much as you can. Then wait for...
  • Card warranty can come in handy

    The Angel of Appliance and Electronics Death has been on the prowl throughout the Funny Money household, claiming the microwave, a cellphone, a coffeemaker, a digital camera and the television. Which makes me glad that, so far at least, I don't have to...
  • The trick for free air trips is buy, don't fly

    Delta Air Lines is overhauling its frequent-flier awards program, which means that high-pitched sound you hear at the airport isn't jet engines, but a bunch of business travelers wailing about the changes. Naturally the new Delta plan is less generous,...
  • What college students -- and parents -- need to know about banking

    Now that the fall semester's well under way, college students should take a moment to reconsider their banking options. According to a May 2012 report by the U.S. PIRG Education Fund, more than 900 colleges have made deals with banks to market prepaid...
  • Survey finds credit card companies are protecting consumer interests in chargeback policies

    Several months ago, I wrote a column that discussed why it pays to use a credit card for large purchases, whether for merchandise or services. I pointed out that if you are dissatisfied with what you have purchased, you should document your complaint in...
  • Painless ways to save at the gas pump

    It won't be news to most readers that gas prices have risen substantially, and there seems to be no end in sight. I know people who have changed jobs simply because they couldn't afford their commute. When people face the necessity of saving on their...
  • Credit is a wonderful thing ... if you pay on time

    For most financial institutions, extending credit represents a significant portion of their income. Their objective is to develop products that will maximize their profit. Your objective, on the other hand, should be to use credit to maximize benefits for...
  • Spending: What you need to know about Twitter

    You can save money and advance your career if you follow the right feeds. 1. Skip the celebrity fluff. Sure, many well-known Twitter users share too much information with their followers. But Twitter can give you direct access to insights from experts,...
  • Chip ahoy -- lots more cards

    Chip ahoy -- lots more cards
    The logjam in chip technology credit cards has finally broken, and as of now, dozens of chip-enabled cards are available from banks based in the United States, with more coming along steadily. Previously, technical differences from conventional cards...
  • Rental car companies never stop trying to gouge you

    Rental car companies never stop trying to gouge you
    INNSBRUCK, Austria -- Car rental companies just hate it when you don't buy their overpriced collision damage waiver "insurance." No matter that you have coverage through your credit card, as many do, or that you bought the much cheaper coverage your...
  • Seniors on the Go: Spring/summer trip planning: Money management

    Seniors on the Go: Spring/summer trip planning: Money management
    When you travel, you want your money to be available and secure -- without wasting or losing any of it. These days, the answer to most travel money questions, is, to channel that famous line from The Graduate, "plastic." Around the corner or around the...