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  • Samsung’s Oculus-powered Gear VR Is The Best Money Can Buy

    The Samsung Gear VR is the world’s first consumer-focused virtual reality system. The headset is a byproduct of a two-year collaboration between Samsung SSNLF and virtual reality pioneer Oculus OCLS. The device works by using a 2015 Samsung smartphone... Read More >>

    Pay Your Taxes Or Lose Your Passport

    If you owe the IRS more than $50,000, your passport might soon be useless. Congress is set to enact a law that would deny or revoke passports for taxpayers who owe the U.S. government more than $50,000, according to a report in the Wall Street... Read More >>

    Brand-Name Drugs Increase Cost But Not Patient Satisfaction

    In recent days, presidential candidates and even the American Medical Association have griped about rising drug prices, pointing to brand-name blockbusters with splashy ad campaigns. When it comes to patient satisfaction, however, there isn’t much... Read More >>

    Retailers May Soon Use Your Cell Phone To Follow You Around In Their Stores

    Last winter, I contemplated purchasing a particular pair of leather boots for months before pulling the trigger. After I checked them out on at least two different websites to compare prices, they started to appear in ads all over my screen, stalking me with... Read More >>

    Do I Need Life Insurance After I Retire?

    When completing your spending budget for retirement it’s common to go through your list and do away with any unnecessary expenses. This exercise often helps to prioritize your retirement lifestyle allowing you to allocate more money for vacation adventures... Read More >>

    Four Common Risks That Can Devastate Your Retirement

    In my new Forbes Signature Series e-Book, Retirement Risks: How To Plan Around Uncertainty For A Successful Retirement, I discuss a wide range of solutions concerning the common impediments to a successful retirement income plan. In conjunction with reading... Read More >>

    How To Handle Health Insurance Choices

    It’s open enrollment time both for the national and state health insurance exchanges, and for lots of employer plans too. For many people, this process has become incredibly difficult and time-consuming, mainly due to the complexity of the terms of each... Read More >>

    Financial Fire Drill: How Quickly Could You Save $9,365?

    It’s a big number – $9,365. But that’s the amount many American families say they need in additional emergency savings and yet most have just over one third that amount, according to survey results released today. Indeed many Americans – or the... Read More >>

    The Secrets Of Boosting Your Credit Score

    Each time you whip out your credit card, your purchase and how and when you pay it off contribute to your credit score. That score can determine – or wreck – your ability to buy big-ticket items such as homes. If your score’s low, here are ways to give... Read More >>

    Man Gets $21.5M Verdict For Door Injury, But IRS Is Biggest Winner

    When you think of a sliding-glass door accident, you probably think of walking into one. But some doors are automatic, like the doors at some stores. Some cruise ships have them too, keeping the cool air inside and the hot tropical air outside. And if the... Read More >>

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