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Blog: 13 Million Americans Have Secret Bank Or Credit Card Accounts3 million Americans have hidden a bank or credit card account from their live-in spouse, partner or significant other.
3 On Your Side: Untraditional Wedding RegistriesWith Lauren Capriotti and Nick Guerin's wedding around the corner, as well as the goal to update their kitchen and bathrooms, they decided to try something untraditional with their gift registry.
Angie's List: Fireplace SafetyIn this week's Angie's List report, Jim Donovan takes a look at some things you should know to keep your family protected.
3 On Your Side: Health Insurance Enrollment Deadline Fast ApproachingThe Affordable Care Act requires that all Americans be covered by some sort of health insurance.
3 On Your Side: Delaware Gets New Site To Search For Unclaimed Funds
3 On Your Side: Obtain College Degree Through MyPath AppOnline education keeps growing at a steady pace, making it easier than ever to earn a degree.
BLOG: NJ Consumers Warned Of Utility Scam CallsThe New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today warned consumers about a scam in which individuals posing as utility company employees are calling customers and threatening to turn off their electric and gas service if a payment is not made immediately over the phone.
3 On Your Side: What The Chip In Your Credit Card Means For YouThursday marks the day stores are supposed to have terminals that can read the new computer chip credit cards.
AG Kane Announces Settlement With Philly Furniture Stores And Their OwnersAttorney General Kathleen Kane has announced a settlement with a number of businesses which operated a Philadelphia furniture store known as “Furniture Sir-Plus.”
3 On Your Side: Online Dating Scams Often Target SeniorsConsumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, many of those being targeted by online dating scams are senior citizens.
3 On Your Side: Parents Out-Of-Pocket Spending Is #1 Source Of College FundingAn annual report finds families spent a lot more to send students to college this past academic year.
Popularity Of Adult Coloring Books Is On The Rise3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan finds, adult coloring has become extremely popular in recent months.

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