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Sprint Is Sued Over Cellphone Bill ‘Cramming’

published 1 day ago
Sprint Is Sued Over Cellphone Bill ‘Cramming’
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a suit in federal court on Wednesday, saying millions of dollars in unauthorized charges were put on consumers’ bills.

U.S. Wealth Gap Is Widest in at Least 30 Years, Study Finds

published 1 day ago
The median net worth of upper-income families doubled in a 30-year period, but shrank for lower-income families, a report from the Pew Research Center found.

Your Money Adviser: Signing Up for Health Insurance, Even After Missing the Deadline

published 2 days ago
For those who missed Monday’s deadline for health insurance enrollment at the Affordable Care Act marketplace, there’s still time, though possibly with some provisos.

Sketch Guy: The Consistency of Inconsistency, and How to Adapt Your Financial Goals

published Mon, Dec 15 2014 10:53 GMT
Sketch Guy: The Consistency of Inconsistency, and How to Adapt Your Financial Goals
Getting comfortable with uncertainty can help us deal with change when it inevitably happens, a financial planner writes.

Vocations: The Lab Technician: Going to the Head of the Line

published Sat, Dec 13 2014 12:39 GMT
Vocations: The Lab Technician: Going to the Head of the Line
A manufacturing supervisor, born in Nigeria, describes how he helped his employer establish an assembly line for its products.