7 Tips for the Tech Savvy Traveler

It is still only January and we think most everyone, at this point, wants to escape the cold and snow for someplace warm and tropical.  When you were stranded in traffic Tuesday night or scraping ice off your car windows this morning weren’t you wishing you could click your heels and ride that rainbow to a sunny beach and refreshing drink?  We were.  The epic flu season and perpetual school cancellations are not helping, either.  Calgon, take us away!

10 Things to Buy in Bulk

We agree with Kiplinger that these are 10 surprising things to buy in bulk.  Even though these suggestions save money, some are money conscious savings for the more-well-off.  Some are a bit morbid, but necessary.  Anyone at any stage of their life and in any income bracket can save and reap the benefits of living 

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Cold Weather Tips

The cold and snow in the Northeast and Midwest is getting frustrating to say the least.  Money Conscious consumers should be aware that because of the extreme and extended cold, energy prices are expected to increase.

What can you do?

123456 is the Most Popular Online Password and a Hacker’s Dream

What recent data breaches have shown is that we’re not good at creating passwords that are even remotely challenging to a hacker.  “123456” has replaced “password” as the most popular online password in the U.S. After Target’s data breach, we recommended changing all online passwords, including bank and investment accounts, email, phone, bills, etc.  When 

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