The Thompson’s Co. is recalling about 852,000 Thompson’s waterseal waterproofing wood protector and masonry protector in aerosol cans. The contents of the cans can react with the package, causing rust to form along the can seam, which could spread and create pinhole leaks.
Each year, about 371,000 residential fires occur in the U.S. These fires result in more than 2,000 deaths, 10,000 injuries, and more than $7 billion in damages. The number of fires per year has decreased slightly since 2008, but this is still far too many.
It will be time to file your income taxes soon, so that means scam artists are hard at work trying to get your money. The IRS is seeing two new types of tax-related scams, one dealing with Social Security numbers and the other a phony tax bill:
It’s January and it’s a famous month for getting lots of items on sale. However, every month of the year usually offers bargains. Here’s information from DealNews, a website listing bargains, so you can make a plan for saving throughout the year:
Twenty-three state officials have reached an agreement with PayPal Charitable Giving Fund Inc. or PPGF to ensure donors receive adequate information and disclosures when making contributions to charities through the company’s online fundraising platform.
At any stage of life, it’s important to have a plan for what will happen when you pass on, including how you want to be buried. What burial methods are available, how much do they cost and how do people choose one?
Bloggers are writing about returning to the basics and focusing on the fundamental aspects of their lives. As the Billy Joel song says, they “don't wanna waste more time." Boomers don’t want to waste time on political or personal arguments.
Liberty Glass is recalling about 44,300 33.5 oz. milk bottles. The bottles can break unexpectedly during use, posing a laceration hazard. No incidents or injuries have been reported. This recall involves Libbey Glass 33.5 oz. milk bottles.
Online grocery platforms often undermine Americans’ efforts to eat well. More than half of food and beverage promotions on online retailers’ home pages and search result pages were for unhealthy products.
Ikea has agreed to pay a $46 million to settle a lawsuit filed after a 2-year-old California boy was fatally injured by a tip-over of an IKEA MALM three-drawer dresser. The settlement includes terms to protect other children from IKEA furniture tip-over incidents.