Elizabeth is a professional writer and editor whose articles on tech and gaming have appeared on USA Today, Time, AOL, PriceGrabber, Techlicious, and Sprout Insights. A lifelong technology enthusiast, Elizabeth worked in IT before picking up writing and has a keen interest in how tech is changing the world we live in.
These days, April Fools' Day is practically the official holiday of the internet, with every site trying to make you believe increasingly crazy stories. But the April 1 holiday wasn't always digital. In honor of this April Fools' Day, let's look back at 10 of the best pranks from days gone by.
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Whether it's poor or misleading labeling or mountains of fees, there are a lot of ways you can end up getting less than you thought you were buying. Here are 9 common instances where you might not be purchasing exactly what you expect.
Today's tax prep programs are as convenient as tax preparation gets. But what do you need — and how much do you have to pay to get it? To help you decide, we run down the pros, cons, and costs of the best tax software out there.