Author: Chris Kissell
Chris Kissell on January 30, 2018
You can make 2018 a little more lucrative by opening a checking account and snagging a bonus of $300 to $500.
Chris Kissell on January 22, 2018
Even if you are not a football fan, you could be a big winner if a certain record is broken in the big game.
Chris Kissell on January 17, 2018
Even millionaires can qualify for programs that keep more cash in their wallets.
Chris Kissell on December 5, 2017
A shortage of Christmas trees means higher sticker prices this holiday season. Find out what’s fueling the rise — and tips for getting a better price.
Chris Kissell on December 4, 2017
A new ruse fools you into paying $25 for bogus security software. Here is how to stop it.
Chris Kissell on November 27, 2017
Members who use the Ebates portal to shop at more than 600 stores can save a bundle on top of already great Cyber Monday deals.
Chris Kissell on November 9, 2017
On Thursday, Senate Republicans unveiled their plan to reform the nation’s tax code. Learn how the proposal differs from the House approach.
Chris Kissell on November 8, 2017
Robocall-fueled complaints have doubled since January. Learn crucial tips for stopping this scourge.
Chris Kissell on October 12, 2017
President Trump has signed an executive order that could upend parts of Obamacare. How does the move affect you?
Chris Kissell on September 12, 2017
Congress might take up legislation that could help hurricane victims today, but imperil their golden years tomorrow.
Chris Kissell on August 24, 2017
You can get into all national parks for free on Friday. Plus, you only have a few days left to nab a great deal that lasts a lifetime.
Chris Kissell on August 16, 2017
Dunkin’ Donuts is bringing back its annual fall flavors, and unveiling a few new festive treats.
Chris Kissell on July 28, 2017
What should you do now that GOP efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act have failed? We have the skinny.
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