SHOW #48 (March 1, 2015)
BEST CARS & BEST BRANDS 2015.
Also: Renter's insurance, gardening tips from Ed Hume, new dietary guidelines and RadioShack gift cards.
 

         
     
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 Here are links to more information on the stories covered on this show.

CONSUMER REPORTS 2015 AUTOS SPOTLIGHT: The editors are out with their annual Top Picks, Car Brand Report Cards, and much, much more. Much of this valuable information is available to non-subscribers, including the videos.

CNBC: Renting your place? Skipping this could cost you

InsuranceQuotes: Millennials Lack Renters Insurance And Believe Its Costs Over $1,000

Ed Hume
Ed Hume, the premiere expert on Northwest gardening, is celebrating his
57th year as a gardening personality. You've seen him on TV and heard him
on the radio and read his columns. You'll find a variety of valuable information
and tips on Ed's website: HumeSeeds.com.

 


A federal advisory panel is out with its recommendations for changes to the national dietary guidelines. Eggs are no longer frowned upon and drinking coffee may lead to better health. You can submit comments on the proposals by clicking here.

If you have a RadioShack gift card, time is running out to use it. The retailer filed for bankruptcy in February and will only accept its gift cards until March 7.


 

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