If you're like most Americans, you're full steam ahead this week, ready to tackle your New Year's resolutions. And — again — if you're like most, the resolutions topping your list relate to your finances and your health.
Consumer Reports' latest light-bulb tests uncovered not only which bulbs were the best performers but also shone some light on a few of the most common questions consumers have about compact fluorescent lights (CFLs), light-emitting diodes (LEDs), halogens and incandescent bulbs.
Here's a question for business owners: If you spent a fortune to build a headquarters for your business, should you save money by not maintaining and securing it? Would it be better to let the building be looted and crumble?
As the year ends, Consumer Reports Money Adviser's experts think you should take time out from gift shopping and party hopping to make tax moves that can save money when filing your 2011 return next year.
When Justine Schembri's 8-year-old son heard from a couple of his friends that their parents had lost their jobs, he was worried — and curious. He came to Schembri and asked: What does that mean? Why did it happen? And — the kicker — could it happen to us?
A Consumer Reports investigation shows that more than one-fifth of 190 pieces of seafood bought at retail stores and restaurants in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut were not what they claimed to be.