Tag Archives: Aren’t

Smartwatches aren’t what we expected, and that’s okay

Let’s face it, smartwatches aren’t what we expected them to be. Dreams of a world managed from your wrist — control over your budding smart home, curated notifications to cut down on the noise, and excellent health-tracking features — have been replaced by the reality of an inconsistent drip of half-baked apps, a constantly vibrating wrist, and a glorified FitBit ...

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5 Little Things You Could Be Doing to Save Money, but Aren’t

Filed under: Travel, Credit Cards, Shopping, How to Save Money, Consumer Issues Getty ImagesUnplugging electronics and filling out surveys at the bottom of receipts can boost your bank account. When it comes to money, every little bit adds up. That’s what everyone always says, but everyone also has their limits. For instance, if you see a penny on the ground, ...

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Cheap Airfares? Fall Deals Aren’t for Reasons You’d Expect

Filed under: Energy, Travel, Travel Industry, Airfare, Vacation Planning David McNew/Getty ImagesPassengers departing from some markets are paying less for airfare than they did a year ago. By Eric Reed NEW YORK — Don’t believe the hype. Airfare may be going down, but prices in the skies haven’t caught up with those at the pump by a long shot. It’s ...

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The Baby Blues Aren’t Just Affecting Women: 1 In 10 Men Suffer From Postnatal Depression

Postnatal depression is not exclusive to women. In fact, a recent study shows that 10 percent of men will suffer from the medical condition following the birth of a baby. The Sydney Morning Herald reports that a new study on postnatal depression shows that men are being overlooked when it comes to suffering from depression after the birth of a ...

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Airlines Aren’t Living Up to the Wi-Fi Promise

Filed under: Company News, Technology, Internet, Travel Industry, Investing Westend61 Taking to the friendly skies has never been more productive. More and more planes are being outfitted with Wi-Fi routers, affording passengers the option to surf the Web from their laptops, tablets and smartphones. I’ve checked email, gone online shopping and even edited articles at 40,000 feet. It’s merely a ...

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IRS Audits Aren’t as Scary as They Really Ought to Be

Filed under: Taxes, Audits, Income Tax, IRS, Tax Laws Cassandra Hubbart/AOL Few things inspire more fear among Americans than the threat of an audit from the Internal Revenue Service. Indeed, many taxpayers choose not to take deductions or credits that they’re legally entitled to because they think that claiming those tax breaks will raise red flags that could inspire an ...

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