While Hideki Matsuyama emerged as the winner of the 2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open after a 4-hole playoff, it was Australian veteran golfer Steven David Bowditch who stole the headlines after being charged with extreme DUI (driving under the influence). In this issue, we’ll talk about what happened.
If you’re like most of us, you depend upon your vehicle for a quite a bit. Whether it’s a drive to and from work, to the grocery story or to the soccer field to catch your kids’ match, our cars and trucks are essential. But what happens if you fall behind in your payments? How…
Because a mother was incorrectly given a powerful dose of medication during delivery, her child developed cerebral palsy and will need a lifetime of 24-hour care. For this, a jury awarded the mother and her family nearly $14.5 million.
You’ve probably seen the signs for auto title loan businesses. With their bright signs – some of which flash in neon – and promises of easy and fast cash, they’d be difficult to miss. But is doing business with these lenders a wise move? We’ll talk about it in this issue.
Because of a recent vote by the Arizona Senate, motorists in the Grand Canyon State will soon have to pay a bit more in liability insurance. In this issue, we’ll talk about why. How Much is Insurance Going Up? Under current Arizona law, motorists are required to buy 15/30/10 liability. That translates to $15,000 to…
Makers of popular tortilla chip snack Tostitos are marketing a special bag of chips during Super Bowl weekend designed to let the snacker know if they’ve had too much to drink. But is it a good defense against charges for driving under the influence (DUI)? We’ll talk about it in this issue.
If you receive a phone call from someone asking “Can you hear me now?”, you should know it’s not the former Verizon pitchman calling. According to the Better Business Bureau (BBB), the call is a scam designed to get you to agree to falsified charges. In this issue, we’ll talk about how the scam works.
We’ve been talking about tax season recently because, well, it’s that time of year again. If you’re unhappy with the size of your refund this tax season, there are steps you can take that might enable you to shave potentially thousands from your next tax bill. We’ll share a few in this issue.