Places to Get Free or Cheap Textbooks
on January 4, 2010

Textbooks can add hundreds or thousands of dollars to the cost of college, so it pays to know where you can find some for free and the rest for less.

3 Things to Consider Before Converting Your IRA to a Roth
on January 4, 2010

2010 is the only year that special conversion rules apply when switching your IRA to a tax-free Roth IRA, but should you do it?

Free Long Distance, Faxes, Books and Music
on January 3, 2010

You can find everything from long distance to music for free online (legally), provided you know where to look.

Making Money with Mobile
on December 31, 2009

Wouldn’t you have liked to invest in Google back when it was still based out of a garage? Well… there’s a relatively new technology that just might be the next big thing.

The End of Free Checking?
on December 30, 2009

While new regulations may mean the end of your bank’s free checking accounts, there are still ways to get free checking.

Cheapest Overnight Shipping Options
on December 23, 2009

In our yearly review of the three most popular shipping services, USPS, UPS and FedEx, we take a look at who has the cheapest overnight shipping.

3 Ways to Avoid Lines at the Post Office
on December 22, 2009

Waiting at the Post Office is one holiday tradition we could all live without. Fortunately, there are things you can do to avoid the hassle of those notoriously slow lines.

Charities: 4 Things to Know Before Donating
on December 18, 2009

The most important part of donating to a charity? Making sure your donation gets to the right place.

5 Dumb Deals And What To Do Instead
on December 14, 2009

Is it worth it to use a credit card that earns you frequent flyer miles? Should you use an interest-bearing checking account? Are extended warranties worth the money?

Start Your Tax Planning Now For A Less Taxing April
on December 14, 2009

Since you’re probably already thinking about money during the holiday, why not see if there’s anything you can do to help come April.

Who Do You Holiday Tip?
on December 14, 2009

The mailman? Garbage collector? Your kid’s teacher? Who should you tip for the holidays and how much should you give?

Stacy Johnson on Miami television
on December 14, 2009

Stacy Johnson makes an appearance on “Today in South Florida”. Johnson talks about the debut of Money Talks News and plans to save viewers money.

Three Reasons Pets Make Bad Gifts
on December 7, 2009

Thinking of giving a pet as a gift? Here are three reasons why you might want to think again.

Hate Your Bank? 3 Steps to Ditch ‘Em
on December 4, 2009

There are still places you can get free checking with lower fees. And switching doesn’t have to be a hassle.

Why You Should Give Stocks As Gifts
on December 2, 2009

Don’t even think about Zhu Zhu hunting until you’ve considered giving stocks this year.

Five Things to Know About Gift Cards
on November 30, 2009

We all love gift cards, they’re easy to give and even easier to get. But, there’s a cost to the convenience… fine print. Here’s what you need to know to make your gift card buying experience a good one.

Saving on Holiday Shopping
on November 27, 2009

The average couple will spend $1500 on gifts this holiday season, but a smart shopper can lower that number.

Five Really Stupid Gift Ideas
on November 25, 2009

Five of the stupidest gifts we’ve ever seen.

Tips for Outlet Mall Shopping
on November 23, 2009

A few things to know before any trip to the outlets.

Cash for Applicance Clunkers
on November 18, 2009

Got a clunker refrigerator? You can get a rebate on that, too.

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