Americans’ money woes are well-known, but the next generation can learn to avoid such mistakes. Here are five ways to teach kids the value of a buck.
Whether you’re in a bind or just want to stash a little extra cash, here’s a bundle of simple ideas to help you grow your savings in a matter of days.
At least 1 in 4 Americans eat out three times a week. Here’s how to cut your restaurant costs in half with little effort.
It can be difficult to make sure an older loved one has the best possible quality of life. But these tips can help.
Credit repair companies promise the sun and the moon, but they may instead be taking you for an expensive ride.
Spectacular destinations that were used to make famous flicks from “Jaws” and “Sleepless in Seattle” to “Gone with the Wind.”
This is a serious — and rare — savings opportunity. Don’t wait to take advantage of it.
Here’s how to get in on a class-action lawsuit if you’ve bought a phone, computer or other electronics with a lithium-ion battery from 2000-2011. It takes fewer than five minutes.
These nationally recognized roadways will treat you to the best scenery and adventure along the country’s greatest ocean, river and lake shorelines.
One simple step can help you let go of — and in turn profit from — belongings that you no longer use, wear or need. And it only takes a second to do.
Pushing your car to 200,000 miles — and beyond — can save you stashes of cash. Here’s how to do it.
Use these tricks to slash prices on things you need — like toothpaste, makeup, eggs and diapers, and more.
Sitting all day is bad, but standing all day may be a problem for your health too.
In the digital age, new ways of earning cash are cropping up all the time — and some require very little effort on your part.
A host of uninvited hitchhikers have been found clinging to our banknotes. The array of substances is both gross and impressive.
From coast to coast, the southern border to Alaska, here are the places where Americans reported the greatest sense of well-being.
Robocalls continued to rise in May. We have tips to stop the incessant, unwanted calls.
Air travel can be a frustrating experience. But these seven tips can make the journey less bumpy.
A reader wants to know which of two credit monitoring services she’s using is the better deal. My advice? Drop them both like a hot rock.
This week: Protecting your Social Security, how living trusts work, bad money decisions, tough talk and how it pays to be single.
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