Dear Penny: Will My Son Get Stuck With My Timeshare When I Die?

Dear Penny, My husband and I purchased several timeshares over the years. (Apparently, I can’t say no.) My husband has now died, and I am 72.  Supposedly, one of the benefits of a timeshare is that your children can inherit…

How to Replace Your Medicare Card If It’s Lost or Damaged

Your Medicare card is a very important piece of identification. It’s proof of your health insurance benefits. You’re often required to present your Medicare card when seeking care. Without it, you could end up paying a lot more out of…

Google ‘Results About You’ Keeps Personal Info out of Search

A new tool from Google will soon be able to notify you if your personal information appears in a search. Google’s “Results About You” tool is beginning to roll out as a beta to select users and should be available…

How a Teacher Makes Up to $3K a Month Flipping Furniture

If you’re looking for a side hustle that can bring in serious revenue, furniture flipping is worth considering. There’s a lot of satisfaction — and monetary reward — in scoring a sweet deal on an old piece of furniture and…

9 Insider Ways to Save Money on Expensive Dental Care

Going to the dentist can be expensive. Each patient pays about $430 a year on dental expenses, estimates the American Dental Association. Think how quickly that adds up for a family of four! Whether you’re just addicted to discounts or…

A Month-by-Month Guide to Selling Your Stuff for the Most Cash

There are plenty of reasons to sell your unwanted stuff. You might be downsizing as empty nesters or moving on from a bad relationship — or you might just want to purge after getting onboard with the minimalist trend. Or…

Carriers Offer Free Wireless Service After Hurricane Ian

In the devastating wake of Hurricane Ian, wireless carriers are offering free service for cell phone users hardest hit by the storm. AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile all announced plans Thursday to waive charges and fees for customers in the areas…

Use Your Flexible Spending Account Funds by End of the Year

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What Does Refurbished Mean, and Should I Make the Jump?

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How to Become an Audiobook Narrator Beginner’s Guide

While readers and writers have skeptically watched the fluctuating publishing industry in recent years, one literary market has caught us all a bit by surprise: audiobooks. An audiobook (sometimes stylized as “audio book”), like the name suggests, is a recording…

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