Chuck Jaffee, Senior Columnist for Marketwatch advises to keep track of your credit report by using each one of the three major credit agencies. You can check your credit report every three months for free […]
Buy health insurance or pay the fine? That’s the question InsuranceQuotes.com posed to Americans and the responses were surprising. InsuranceQuotes.com Senior Analyst, Laura Adams spoke with Penny and Phil about the results:
Learn about the different tactics used by debt collectors, including one who thinks way out of the box. Money 101 host Bob McCormick talks with personal finance guru Liz Weston and with Bill Bartmann, CEO […]
In just 8 days the new health insurance exchanges will begin accepting applications under the Affordable Care Act. With so little time left, you’d think people would have a clear understanding of what they have […]
Money 101 guest host Ron Kilgore talks with entrepreneur Won-G Bruny, a musician and founder of Real Sovage Clothing. He has sold over 2 million albums without the help of a record label. Also in […]
The Obamacare health insurance marketplaces open in just three weeks. But a majority of Americans are still confused about how the Affordable Care Act is going to impact them. Penny and Phil spoke with Dr. […]
A primer on working with your insurance company in the wake of an auto accident claim with attorney David Blumberg (818-238-0041).
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York is trying to corral the “Wild West” atmosphere of virtual currencies such as Bitcoin and may create new regulations to keep the growing technology from being used in crimes. […]
What you need to know about Obamacare! Bob talks with Dana Howard with Covered California, Cindy Pollack RN, the owner of Family First Solutions and Jesse Slome, Executive Director of the American Association for Long Term […]
Here is some advice from Jewlie Angle, a finance specialist at Tucceri Associates, to help you fix your credit:
Who is at fault if your car is damaged after you hit a pothole in the city of L.A.? The answer may surprise you. Listen as Harvey Rosenfield, the head of ConsumerWatchdog.org and the “father” […]
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California’s jobless rate dipped to 9.6 percent last month, the lowest in more than four years. The state’s Employment Development Department reported Friday that the unemployment rate fell to its lowest level since Dec. 2008.