If you owe back taxes, try to negotiate with the IRS or your state comptroller on your own. Tax relief companies can’t do anything for you that you can’t do for yourself.

Do you know the warning signs that an identity thief is using your Social Security number?

Who is calling out of the blue, claiming to be able to "fix" your computer? A scammer, that’s who.

Selling brand-name merchandise from home can be a great way to work-at-home making some extra money. But sometimes, fraudsters call to lure you into a resale proposition. They’re the ones who make the money – and they make it from you.  

Text message spam is to your cell phone what email spam is to your personal computer.

Strangers who offer “big rewards” to help them move money out of a foreign country are lying.

Rest and relaxation or vacation frustration? Here’s how to avoid a vacation nightmare.

When and how to use a money transfer service safely.

Warning signs include credit or debit charges you don’t recognize, bills for accounts you didn’t open, and IRS notices that say you filed multiple tax returns.

Some weight loss ads promise more than they can deliver. Look out for these tell-tale signs.