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If your list of stuff to toss out during spring cleaning includes an old fax machine, you could be putting your personal information in jeopardy.
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Technology aims to store photos, data long-term

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Feb 25th - 10:39am
Even if you take perfect care of your digital information, including photos, they could deteriorate simply due to time. How will photos on phones and digital cameras survive for future generations?
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Location can impact car insurance rates

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Feb 23rd - 8:59am
Most motorists already know if they get a speeding ticket, they can expect an increase in their car insurance premium. However, those increases can vary wildly depending on where the motorist lives.
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Beware email supposedly from IRS, special agent says

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Feb 17th - 9:26am
Vaughn Silcox received an email, supposedly from the IRS, telling him he was eligible for an additional tax refund. It came at the right moment, he said.
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Large tax refund may be no cause to celebrate, expert says

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Feb 11th - 8:42am
Three weeks into the tax season, the IRS says it has received more than 14 million returns. The average refund is $3,539. There are countless ways to spend it, but is a big tax refund really any cause for celebration?
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'Bandit' signs part of multilevel marketing, real estate expert says

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Feb 4th - 9:45am
The signs say, "Real Estate Investor Seeks Apprentice — $20,000 a month." A real estate expert says those bandit signs are very effective in getting leads, but not always about real estate.
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Cost of longer commute: Higher insurance premiums

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Feb 2nd - 8:42am
While many commuters factor in gas and wear-and-tear on their cars as commuting costs, few realize the more miles they commute, the more money they'll likely have to pay for their auto insurance premium.
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Some airline fees are nonrefundable

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jan 26th - 11:19am
Air travelers pay fees to check luggage, get a premium seat, or board a plane early, but if their travel plans change, they should not expect to see a refund for those services, even if they don't use them.
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Car owners prefer small shop v. dealership for repairs, Consumer Reports says

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jan 23rd - 9:22am
Car owners have two basic choices for repair: a dealership or an independent garage. Many car owners say they are happier going with the mom-and-pop option, according to Consumer Reports.
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Affordable Care Act complicates tax returns, expert says

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jan 21st - 8:48am
A banner year might be in the works for tax preparers thanks to the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. Americans will need to calculate how their health care figures in with their taxes.
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Watches banned during exams at Weber State

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jan 19th - 7:51am
One Utah school has banned students from wearing watches during exams in a move to nix the cheating possibilities that come with smart watches.
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Utah among least risky states for a driver financially, study shows

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jan 16th - 8:42am
Driving can be a risky adventure for anyone, anywhere, but analysts say a crash can be especially financially damaging in a number of states. Utah is not one of them.
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