According to Consumer Reports, one of the most common causes of medical sticker shock is by going out-of-network.
According to the American Cancer Society more than one million skin cancers diagnosed each year in the U.S. are considered sun-related. That means it’s important to have a good sunscreen. Consumer Reports recently tested to find the best.
As we head into the Memorial Day weekend, plenty of people will be firing up their grills.
Problems with Facebook are on the rise, up 30 percent in the last year, according to a Consumer Reports National Research Center study.
High bank fees, including charging for debit card use, had people taking to the streets last year. Some banks caved on that issue, but Consumer Reports said that hasn’t slowed them down.
Car repairs can be expensive and complicated, but a consumer reports survey actually found some positive results.
Consumer Reports has a special section dedicated to car repairs. For more, you can visit the Consumer Reports website.
Keeping track of things like your car keys and wallet are hard enough, but what about when the object you’re looking for is your lost four-legged friend?
Are you tripping over electronics you no longer use but can’t seem to get rid of like computers, printers and cell phones? Well, Consumer Reports ShopSmart says you just might be able to turn that electronic trash into treasure.
In this era of rising bank fees, a new type of plastic is gaining ground – prepaid debit cards. They require no bank account, and make it easy to shop online.
Millions of students graduating from college this year will have a shadow hanging over their heads. An estimated two-thirds are burdened with student loans with the average debt being around $25,000.
Now that it’s spring, you’re probably planning some home improvement projects, and a can of paint is one of the cheapest ways to give your house a brand new look.
Insurance companies are charging higher and higher co-pays for prescription medications Some co-pays now top $90 a month, which makes coupons from drug manufacturers enticing. However, Consumer Reports has some cautions.
When it comes to filing your taxes, the last thing you want to worry about is an audit. If you earn less than $200,000 a year, your likelihood of being audited is about one in 100.
Each year Consumer Reports names top pick vehicles, which are cars that out-do all the others in their class.
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