What was hot in personal finance in 2014? Here's a list of our most popular stories.
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We published thousands of stories in 2014. In case you missed them, here’s a list of our most clicked.
Wouldn’t it be nice to spend a little less? Fortunately, there are a number of tried and true ways to save money on virtually everything you buy.
Want something for nothing? Go online, because Freecycle’s got company.
Free beauty products, children’s items, restaurant meals, furniture, electronics or even cellphone service, all you have to do is look.
Dollar stores can be great places to pick up inexpensive items, but sometimes you get what you pay for. Rather than ending up with a bargain, you could end up with junk or, even worse, something dangerous.
When it comes to most items, drugstore chains such as Walgreens or CVS can’t compete on price with stores such as Walmart, Target or the local grocery store. Like convenience stores, drugstores carry lots of staples, but you pay for convenience with higher prices. But as with many things in life, there are hacks that level the playing field.
There is plenty you can do to avoid running out of money in retirement. Whether you are newly retired or retiring soon, planning is key.