A quality resume can be the difference between a call back and disappointment. Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa spoke with Top Employers Institute about how to make your resume stand out from the crowd.
More than three quarters of Americans drove or carpooled to work in 2022, nearing pre-pandemic levels. Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa spoke to NerdWallet about ways to cut down on your vehicle costs.
The new version of the free application for Federal Student Aid is expected to open in December. Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa tells us why it was delayed this year and shares expert advice from The College Investor.
It doesn’t take a natural disaster to set your budget back. Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa talks to an expert from Bankrate about how you can prepare for strains on your budget caused by the forecast.
Weddings are expensive, and a new study shows more than half of engaged Americans don’t agree with their partner on financial goals. Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa speaks to NerdWallet about ways couples can make smart money decisions.
Most new cars are covered by at least one kind of warranty but how familiar are you with what’s covered? Consumer Investigator Caresse Jackman has tips on how the federal warranty law could work for you.
Five years ago, Hurricane Michael ravaged the Florida panhandle and Georgia, leaving catastrophic destruction. Many families were left with homes beyond recognition or no home at all—enter Rebuild Florida.
This program, formerly known as Section 8, has one goal—to help renters afford housing of their choosing, but as Leah Gunn with the Dothan Housing Authority explains, there are myths associated with the program.