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Online discounters often are too good to be true

By EMILY VALLA Better Business Bureau When it comes to purchasing pretty much anything other than groceries, I do my research. I look at different websites, available coupons and upcoming discounts. Who doesn’t love a good deal? Online shopping can be a great thing, but Better Business […]

GOP must decide what to do with health law taxes

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans love cutting taxes, especially if they were authored by a president named Barack Obama. But as they push their wobbly effort to erase his health care overhaul, they’re divided over whether to repeal the levies the law imposed to finance its expanded coverage […]

A look at taxes imposed by Obama’s health care law

By The Associated Press (AP) — A look at the $1.1 trillion in taxes over 10 years imposed by former President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul. The revenue helped pay for the law’s expansion of coverage to millions of Americans. The revenue estimates are by the nonpartisan […]

‘Can you hear me?’ Just hang up

By EMILY VALLA Better Business Bureau An Idaho man recently received got a phone call to his cellphone. It showed up as a local number, and as a business person, he needs to answer the phone even when he doesn’t recognize the number. A recorded voice was […]

Visiting Angels of Eastern Idaho wins awards

By TORREY MORTENSON Home Care Pulse has recognized Visiting Angels of Eastern Idaho, a family-owned and local franchise, with its 2017 Best of Home Care, Provider of Choice and Employer of Choice awards. It’s the second year in a row that Visiting Angels has won the […]

Boycotts, Trump’s tirades part of new business landscape

WASHINGTON (AP) — Uber’s CEO quit President Donald Trump’s business council. Nordstrom stopped selling Ivanka Trump’s fashion. Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Toyota, meanwhile, suffered through the discomfort of being on the receiving end of Trump Twitter tirades. The Trump era is a perilous new landscape for corporate […]

App would direct people to state-run liquor stores

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Alcohol commissioners are weighing Utah’s strict liquor laws with developing a mobile app directing tourists to state-run liquor stores. The Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control would have to ensure its app wouldn’t illegally promote liquor consumption in the state where many […]

Why it’s a good idea to file your taxes early

By SARAH SKIDMORE SELL AP Personal Finance Writer AP Personal Finance Writer Tax season is here, and while you have until April 18 to file your return, you may want to think about doing so sooner rather than later. Here are a few expert tips on why: […]

Fox: Super Bowl draws audience of 111.3 million

NEW YORK (AP) — Fox drew an audience of 111.3 million viewers for the first Super Bowl to go to overtime, falling just shy of the audience for football’s ultimate game over the last three years. The Nielsen company said that the top Super Bowl audience — […]

Retirement advice from retired financial experts

By LIZ WESTON NerdWallet Most retirement advice has a flaw: It’s being given by people who haven’t yet retired. So I asked money experts who have quit the 9-to-5 for their best advice on how to prepare for retirement. They still faced curveballs when it was their […]

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