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You want the latest and greatest iPhone, but you’d rather not pay all that money? Here’s one way to save big.
The idea of a mortgage loan is simple — you borrow money from the bank to purchase a home. But the reality is more complicated.
Trump’s not the only politician to ever fudge the facts, but his statements on tax reform give new meaning to the expression.
With this website, you can earn extra spending money by doing five different activities — which you probably already do anyway. Here’s how to get started in seconds.
Would the proposed Graham-Cassidy legislation create an “age tax” for older consumers of health care services?
These tips will leave your ride smelling swell without breaking the bank. Some are also chemical-free.
Some purchases are just DUMB. Give yourself — and your budget — a break and skip these items.
The average worker spends about $2,600 on commuting costs annually. Find out how to slash that bill.
Compulsive shopping and impulse purchases can jeopardize your finances and your relationships. These tips, strategies and skills will help you get on a better path.
More than 1,250 museums and other cultural institutions are offering free admission on Saturday. Here’s how you can score free tickets.
Homeowners insurance pays off in some disasters, but it has surprising gaps. Don’t wait until you’re wading through your living room to find out what they are.
Tradition and emotion often cause people to overspend. Who says you should pay three months’ salary for an engagement ring?
Colleges and universities are expensive, but there are many strategies for coping with the costs of higher education.
Are you prepared for the 2018 open enrollment period? It could be over before you know it.
There are many ways for seniors to get cheap — and even free — entertainment and services.
Learn about some of the seemingly countless ways to save money on food.
Richard Meadows, now 26, went from a negative net worth to $100,000 in savings within a few years. He credits a monthly habit anyone can start right now.
Save cash and hassles on daily tasks with these easy tricks.
It is possible to raise children and still save enough money to live well in retirement. But there are only two ways to pull off this feat, a new study concludes.
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