New Car Sales, Prices Rise

February new vehicle sales were on pace to be the highest since the Millennium, but prices were also high, and setting records.

According to Kelley Blue Book, February’s new vehicle sales totals should top last February’s by a healthy 9%, at 1.37 million units sold.

This would…

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Are We Taking Data Security for Granted?

A new report finds that Americans are exhibiting a false sense of security where their personal data security is concerned.

Data security experts IDT911 recently surveyed Americans, and found that very few are following even basic procedures to protect themselves. This is especially worrying considering it’s tax-filing time…

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Fears of Zika Could Put a Chill on Travel Plans

The mosquito-borne Zika virus is becoming a factor in many Americans’ travel plans, according to a new survey.

Travel agency Harbinger – which specializes in marketing to women – said that 80% of women surveyed said they will avoid travel to Zika-infected regions this winter.

Young women (aged 18-34…

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Dangerous Drivers -- Who May Not Even Know It

There are 47 million vehicles on the road with at least one unfixed safety recall, Carfax has found. Each one of these vehicles is at risk of an accident due to defects that can be fixed.

Worse yet, the number of un-fixed cars has increased.

In fact, there has…

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Money Troubles Hold Back Nearly Half of Would-Be Homeowners

Buying a home has always been a huge financial commitment, so it’s no surprise that many people believe that their finances aren’t yet up to the task.

However, it’s a bit surprising to learn that this is the case for 45% of the would-be homeowners recently…

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