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A scam that tells people they have won a Reader's Digest sweepstakes is making the rounds again in Utah.
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New app predicts when light will turn green

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jul 9th - 10:15am
Would you like to know precisely when a red traffic light will turn green? A new app being tested in Utah is designed to tell drivers how long they have before the light changes color.
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Fireworks advice: Read the instructions

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jul 4th - 7:52am
When it comes to fireworks, the number one safety rule is use common sense. Also, many problems could be prevented by following the instructions that come with the fireworks.
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Can companies really fix your credit score?

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jul 2nd - 9:36am
You've likely stumbled across ads from companies boasting they can fix bad credit and clear your score of bankruptcies and judgments. But can they really guarantee to improve your credit score?
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Credit score impacts auto insurance up to 75%, study shows

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jun 30th - 9:12am
You may already know that your credit score can affect your auto insurance rate, but a new report shows the affect is more than many people expected.
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Finding best deals through Costco price code

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jun 27th - 9:48am
Costco has a reputation for some good prices. But there are ways to know if an item has been marked down even more.
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College textbooks too expensive? Here's a cheaper option

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jun 25th - 9:30am
Some college students are willing to gamble with their grades because they don't want to deal with the skyrocketing costs of textbooks. A new strategy could drop those prices to zero.
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How much do you pay in 401(k) fees?

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jun 18th - 7:49am
One set of fees dwarfs most others. 401(k) fees can hurt prospects for retirement, and most people probably don't ever think about them.
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Medical cost could hamper retirement; new device helps home remodeling

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jun 16th - 7:42am
Many of us dream of retiring early, but a hidden medical cost could drain thousands of dollars from your nest egg. Also, Lowe's hopes a new tool will take a lot of the stress out of home renovations.
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Taking complaints to Twitter gets results for Utah woman

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jun 11th - 8:47am
Are you tired of your consumer complaints going nowhere, despite making numerous phone calls and sending emails? Taking your concerns to Twitter might get you better results.
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Thousands get swindled in scholarship scams each year, experts say

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jun 9th - 8:25am
Every year, thousands of students and their parents get swindled in scholarship scams. Telling the difference between the scams and legitimate opportunities can be confusing, especially for families sending a student to college for the first time.
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Problems getting front-row seats? Bots may be to blame

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jun 4th - 10:16am
If you've ever tried to buy tickets to an event minutes after they've gone on sale but couldn't get a good seat, you might be competing against automated programs called bots.
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