Fuzzy math on a wireless bill

When Cerita Tucker Smith tried to pay the cell phone bill for her niece, she had to pay a little more than she expected. “I was going to use my debit card but then I was told that there was a convenience fee. When I paid them cash and got my receipt back there...

Some Gas Mileage Tips

If you are planning a holiday weekend driving trip, you may be interested in ways you can get the best gas mileage. Tires that aren’t properly inflated create more friction on the road and eat up your fuel. So make a trip to the air machine the next time you fill up....

Job search hampered by mistaken identity

Our Buffalo volunteers at WIVB-TV helped a local man correct errors on his background check. The misreported information is connected to another individual with the same first and last name. Ads shown are chosen by content creator and not endorsed by Call For...

Heads Up: Credit card convenience checks

Our Greensboro affiliate, WFMY-TV, shares some details on how convenience checks work. If you use the checks for balance transfers or cash advances be prepared for a 3 to 5% fee — even if your card has a 0% APR. The clock starts on interest rates as soon as you...

Avoid complacency after a data breach

Our Milwaukee Director, Karen Stiles, has some tips to help keep your breached information from turning into a bigger Identity Theft issue. See our ID Theft guide to learn more. Ads shown are selected by content creator and not endorsed by Call For...

When does your passport really expire?

If you are planning a trip abroad, you may be surprised to learn that some countries require passports be valid three to six months beyond the date of return. http://www.us-passport-service-guide.com/passport-expiration-faq.html. You may not be allowed to board your...