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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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Ex-CIA worker shows how to protect yourself from criminals

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jan 14th - 11:45am
Want to know how to escape handcuffs made of duct tape or zip ties? Or what to do if someone is following you? A two-day course features dozens of techniques to keep people safe from criminals.
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Product claims to start car that runs out of gas

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jan 7th - 12:31pm
No motorist wants to get stuck on the side of the road because he or she ran out of gas. A new product called Magic Tank might prevent that. The label says it's non-flammable, so how does it work?
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Hackers target electronic gadgets too, expert says

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Dec 31st - 11:55am
Many tablets, phones and other gadgets were unwrapped this past week. Experts say some of these items might be vulnerable to hackers trying to gain access to home networks.
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Trouble remembering names? App can help, Provo company says

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Dec 22nd - 9:20am
Fed up with forgetting names? A new app from a Provo company could help people to never forget a name.
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0% financing: Good deal or not?

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Dec 17th - 8:42am
Many retailers say they're making it easy to buy big-ticket gifts with 0-percent financing. But those no-interest deals can be very risky for shoppers.
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Stylist shares secret of why food in ads looks so good

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Dec 10th - 6:38pm
Sometimes the food seen in advertisements or on restaurant menus looks a little different than the food served. An entire industry is built around making food look good, using tweezers, glue and heat guns.
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Charity scams: Checking state register isn't enough, expert says

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Dec 5th - 10:41am
Checking state records to see if a charity is registered is not enough to figure out if it's legitimate, according to a professor at the University of Utah.
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