Say you're selling something—online or offline—and you get paid by a stranger. He pays you via payment app—think Venmo, Zelle, Square Cash and the like—and the money shows up in your app account instantly.
If you have an Amazon Echo, Tile, or Ring device, read on. Amazon turned on their Sidewalk service for Echo devices on June 8th and will turn on Tile devices on June 14th.
The way we pay has steadily changed over the years. Carrying cash and using plastic cards are becoming an old concept as we shift towards apps and other contactless payment options.
Job hunting is stressful enough without having to worry about getting caught by scammers. Instead of offering you a job, scammers want your money and personal information.
A loss of income can result from a job loss, pay cut, injury or illness. It's not something that many people want to think about. Here are some tips to help you prepare.
Many people are struggling to keep track of their money, their bills, etc., and this is nothing new. How often have you been short on cash or forgotten to pay a bill?
Financial challenges can disrupting to your budget, especially if it's tight. But what if your tight budget actually had more flexibility to accommodate these challenges?
Are you or your family living right up to your income? Or perhaps you are going a bit beyond your income to make ends meet—running up credit card debt or dipping into savings. If so, you are not alone.
Insurance in its various forms helps protect us from financial loss, yet we don't think much about it until we need it. Reviewing your insurance policies can ensure you have the right coverage at the right cost.
Health care costs can take a bite out of your wallet. Are you one of the many consumers who are concerned about health care costs? This report looks at various ways to help you save on health care costs.
Online shopping prices can be based on the quirkiest variables, from the time of day, your location, or even the devices you use. Better stock up on information first before shopping online.
Gasoline prices typically fluctuate depending on the season, for example, going up when more people are traveling in the summer. Even a few extra cents a gallon can quickly add up to lots of dollars.