" ‘COVID surcharges’ are spreading, and customers aren’t happy. "

Many reopened businesses are hitting their customers with extra fees to cover costs brought on by the pandemic.Now that businesses across America are starting to cautiously reopen after the COVID-19

"Getting a Student Loan Forgiven Isn't Easy Even for a Public Service Lawyer."

Meet the lawyer who had $38,000 in student debt forgiven — he’s one of just 5% of people who did it.At one point in t

"Free Wi-Fi Doesn’t Mean Safe Wi-Fi, And Neither Does Having the Password."

Most people who rely on public Wi-Fi to get online are willing to sacrifice security for access — ignoring or unaware of the risk from hackers, according to a new survey by the digital security comp

"Retailers Ask Congress Not to Pass a Consumer Consumption Tax."

Retailers Ask Congress Not to Shift Tax Burden to ConsumersThe National Retail Federation today urged Congress to focus on updating the existing federal income tax system through com

"Why Healthy Food Doesn't Have to Cost More."

We often assume that more expensive grocery items are better for us. Here's how to shift your thinking.When shopping for groceries and trying to decide between two items—say, brands of granola bar