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You have until Feb. 12 to file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and get some of your money back if you got hit by a telegram scam.
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From digital-content distributor OverDrive, this app gives readers free, on-the-go access to a trove of titles from multiple libraries.
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Some investors have made a lot of money, but losses can be painfully real.
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Whether you’re looking for big games, grand finales, Hollywood premieres or trending events, these live TV streaming packages allow you to tune into whatever programs you desire. The best part: all cost ...
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Always struggling to remember your passwords and PINs? Don't worry, chances are they'll soon be replaced by tech-friendly identification software.
Always wanted to drive a new Caddy? Or carry the latest handbag, or stretch out on satiny cotton sheets? New subscription plans make it easier to treat yourself to such indulgences.
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Sign up for an all-you-can-view plan, or see prerelease films free.
If you think you've been affected, you may have some recourse.
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The cost of a college education continues to rise. In 2016-17 the average sticker price for an in-state, four-year public institution, including tuition, fees, and room and board, rose 2.7%, to $20,090 ...
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It can be as simple as buying shares in a business through a crowdfunding portal.
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If you still have money in your account, consider some eligible expenses you might not have thought of.
The wolf of Wall Street is still on the prowl, and he has found new ways to fleece retirees.
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