Dec 29, 2013


Consumer World

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article about my weekly videos

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Most Researched New and Used Cars for 2013 | Most Popular Cars

 Consumer Reports

Should you register that new product? Product-registration cards—and the info you put on them—aren't always needed for warranty coverage

Consumer Reports

New 'card cracking' scam gets students' debit card numbers and PIN

 Plain Dealing |

A Little-Known Credit Card Perk That Can Save You Big Blog

The IRS and Affordable Care Act are linked: Boycott Obamacare, and the penalty will be deducted from your tax refund

| Bankrate

Use Those Gift Cards Now

Consumer Reports

There’s only one full-time, long-term J.D.-required law job available for every two law school graduates


1/3 Of Online Retailers Failed To Deliver Last-Minute Christmas Purchases On Time


Until you decide on a career, consider a lower-cost university and limit the amount of student loans you secure


When you swipe a debit card, you could be putting your entire bank account at risk


Computer Monitors and Eye Fatigue | Best Computer Monitor Features

Consumer Reports

Dec 15, 2013

Fine arts photographers and skilled amateurs capture Rock River eagles

Cash-back rewards aren’t free money if you’re carrying a balance

Great Holiday Gifts for $10 or Less

Thinking about buying an extended warranty? Read this first

Dirty little secret of the House-approved budget: It includes a tax hike

 Bankrate, Inc.

The agent selling your house probably isn’t getting as big a cut of the deal as you may think

3 ways to make your bathroom shine

Consumer Reports News

BBB Tips To Avoid Four Holiday Scams

 BBB News Center

Giving in to the initial flood of excitement around receiving an inheritance could be dangerous.

How Does A $1,000 Loan Blow Up Into $40,000 Of Debt?


An extra 20% off a purchase to open a store card sounds like a good deal, right? Many Americans think so

 Bankrate, Inc.

Big Meat & Big Pharma Pleased As Punch With FDA’s Pointless New Antibiotic Guidelines


Top 5 Teen-Diving Safety Tips

Google Pulls Privacy Feature it Says Wasn't Supposed to Be in Android


5 life changes that could save older drivers money on car insurance

College education, race and dual-income households are top factors in a poor person’s upward economic mobility


What To Do If Your Health Marketplace Application Gets Stuck

 Consumer Reports News

Dec 2, 2013

Do you have a three day right to cancel? Consumer myths (Thanks to WMTV for letting me use this vintage video)

Best Used Car Deals | All-Wheel-Drive Cars and SUVs

Consumer Reports

Pricey washer produces lackluster laundry Fisher & Paykel washer is energy efficient but falls short on cleaning

Consumer Reports

How to Save on Car Rentals

 Consumer Reports

AA Batteries that shine

 Consumer Reports

Holiday sales are great, but post-holiday sales are better. Can you wait?

 Bankrate, Inc.

Who made Consumer Reports' 'Naughty & Nice' list?'

New meat labels show born, raised, slaughtered locales

1 in 5 Americans say their main concern is to pay down debt -- including credit cards and student loans

Q&A: Will I really come out ahead financially if I pay extra toward my mortgage principal?

Unhappy with a product/service from a business? File a BBB complaint

BBB Online

Grandma and Grandpa would rather just give you cash. People older than 65 are the least likely to give gift cards

A New Worm Proves the Internet of Things Is Vulnerable to Attack


Millions of Fake Twitter Accounts Manipulate Trends, Popularity