More Money Friday Roundup: Refunds for Yelpers & the Best Tax-Prep Program
Personal finance from around the Web:
- Posting a nasty review on a consumer review Web site like Yelp may do more than just help you vent your frustrations. You could score refunds or discounts from a vendor eager to get back into your good graces. [Los Angeles Times]
- Editors at USA Today and CNET tested out TurboTax, H&R Block and TaxAct. TurboTax looks like the winner, but you can check out more in-depth reviews here and here. [USA Today, CNET]
- Millennials are having a tough time in finding full-time work in today's economy, so many of them are adapting. As they take contract work and make their own arrangements for health insurance and retirement, they may be the ideal workers for the post-recession economy. [Newsweek]
- Investors are suing homeowners associations in Las Vegas for allegedly charging excessive fines and other costs that accrued while homes were going through the foreclosure process. [Las Vegas Sun]
- Do you like shopping at Amazon.com, Macy's and Wal-Mart? Apparently, crooks like big-box stores, too. They're among the most popular destinations for users of stolen credit cards or credit card information. [ABC News]
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