Unless you are careful, watching the Great American Eclipse with the naked eye can permanently damage your vision. Here’s where you can find protective eyewear.
Even with insurance, out-of-pocket medical costs and prescription drugs can run up a hefty tab. Here’s how to keep health expenses under control.
These 10 books are among thousands you can get free online — if you know where to look.
Sometimes the solution to a short smartphone battery life is as simple as tweaking your settings. Here’s how to do that in just a few seconds.
Find the best states to cash in with your skills on construction booms.
There are times when storage space may be necessary, but don’t spend thousands to keep stuff you don’t really care about.
Office supplies, clothing and computers are among the items you can soon buy tax-free in some states — but only for a few days. Here’s what every shopper should know.
Celebrate your big day with free meals — or desserts — at more than two dozen restaurants.
Forget all the speculation about when the Federal Reserve will hike rates next: Your savings could be yielding twice as much interest. Here’s the secret.
Insurance premiums can vary by more than $2,000 per year, depending on the vehicle model.
Money is the main cause of anxiety in the U.S., psychologists say. These seven moves will help you take control of your cash – and quit tearing your hair out.
No need to freak out about the child prodigies. Some rich, famous and talented people didn’t make it big until they were well into middle age, or later.
Part-time and remote gigs offer a host of perks for various types of workers, but finding them can be overwhelming. Start with this list.
You can quench your thirst — and refresh your budget — with a tray of these from-scratch sippers.
What are you doing for fun that you could also do for money? Here are some ideas to get you thinking, and tips to get you started.
There’s a disconnect between men and women about who makes the household’s financial decisions — and it can be costly for women.
The legend of Chicago mobster Al Capone can help you understand this shady activity — and how it got its name.
Here’s the safe and sane path for parents to help teenagers to financial responsibility.
This deal proves that as with dog food and toilet paper, buying data in bulk can save you bundles of money.
One action can significantly boost your odds of reaching financial goals — but most Americans have yet to do it.
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