ShopSmart, one of my all-time favorite resources, recently printed an article about road rage.
Assume for a second that you could buy a car with a highway mpg rivaling a Toyota Prius, but that's also capable of bursts of low-end power that surpass a six-cylinder Chevrolet Camaro.
• Internships 101, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The INCubator: 100 Cherokee Boulevard.
Q. My daughter recently got engaged, and I would like to help her plan her wedding. We were planning to start the vendor search by going to some bridal shows in the area. Does the BBB have any tips before going and ideas on what to expect with vendors?
Q. My spouse died recently and my neighbor said my children and I might be eligible for survivors benefits. Don't I have to be retirement age to receive benefits?
Last week we reviewed the essential features and benefits of both traditional and Roth IRAs. This week, let's look at some errors often made by IRA holders and how to avoid them.
Ralph Buckner, Jr., CEO and funeral director at Ralph Buckner Funeral Home, recently received his recertification for the nationally recognized Certified Preplanning Consultant (CPC) designation from the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA).
Unfortunately, it’s that time of the year when many of us turn into one, big mass of sniveling idiots, frantically culling through hundreds, if not thousands, of receipts in preparation for that dreaded date — April 15th.
Lost in the hubbub over the union vote this week at the Volkswagen assembly plant is an important fact: Workers there continue to churn out some of the most solid, practical sedans made in North America.
• Government Contracting Workshop from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday at The INCubator, 100 Cherokee Blvd.
Q: I have been hearing about the Better Business Bureau "Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics." What is this award recognition about?
Responding to a series of high-profile pension collapses, Congress in 1974 enacted the ERISA act to provide some safeguards for retirees.
The store will be the first of its kind in the city of Dalton, according to Thomas Bradford, vice president of Springfield Investments.
I’ve just received an almost $1,000 bill from a health provider that, between Medicare and my secondary insurance plan, should have been covered. I can’t seem to get anyone explain why my claim was denied. Can you help? — Paul Patient
Local general contractor Collier Construction has appointed Gabe Thomas as the company's new CEO.