A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: avoiding regrets, when to get a safe deposit box, nine bad money habits, who should pay on dates, and five questions to ask before buying a used car.
When was the last time you gave your car insurance a tune-up? If you’re overdue, you might be overpaying. Here’s a list of ways to make your insurance purr like a kitten.
Hopefully Americans are better at driving than they are at test-taking.
Finding extra money means keeping track of the little things. But there are also big things you can do that will definitely make you richer. Here are four examples.
Not from texting: Because of poor government planning in the quest for smarter cars.
Looking to save money on gas and buy a new car this year? These models are all on the cheap side and save you money at the pump to boot.
Some cities beat the national average used car price by more than five percent. But others can cost almost 10 percent more than the average.