Is there a big mismatch between your wallet and your desires? Maybe you overspend in these areas of your life.
You can save thousands of dollars a year simply by choosing your car wisely. Here’s what you need to know about vehicle ownership costs.
Sept. 29 is National Coffee Day. Find out how you can score a gratis cup of joe — or coffee-related freebies — right now, or any time of the year.
Think you’re a savvy shopper? Find out how retailers persuade you to dig more deeply into your wallet.
If you don’t like the amount you’re going to get monthly from Social Security, here’s an idea: Get part of your ex-spouse’s instead.
Just because you can spend a lot of money on your cellphone bill does not mean you should — especially if you are a low-data user.
Ever wonder how much money other people your age have amassed for retirement? Here’s your answer.
It’s normal to be concerned about risking your savings. But if fear of loss has you paralyzed, read this.
Here’s what the most content workers in America have in common — and how you can benefit from it, too.
When you take health, weather and other factors into account, the best place to retire is not the most obvious.
Folks with excellent credit get the best deals on mortgages, credit cards and car loans. But what does “excellent” mean?
Think you know what these 14 commonly used money terms mean? Some definitions may surprise you.
Is post-work life less thrilling than you imagined? Here are seven ways to add more zest to retirement.
Find out how to craft a spending plan that allows you to reach your goals — and doesn’t hurt.
Before you crush that soda can, watch this video and learn how to extend its life.
Quitting a job is a major decision that can have a lasting effect on your finances. You shouldn’t leave a job in haste. Before you make a move, take time to be sure it’s the right thing to do.
People — whether rich or poor — are happier if they feel power over their financial destiny. Here’s how to get there.
These small moves can make a huge difference in lowering the cost of owning a home.
Credit card benefits like this can put a lot of money back in your pocket. Here’s how to cash in even if your card discontinues the perk.
The average worker spends about $2,600 on commuting costs each year. Find out how to slash that bill.
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