Paying Down Mortgage vs Investing
Paying Down Mortgage vs Investing

on June 12, 2008

You’ve got a little extra cash coming in… do you invest it, or would it be smarter to pay extra on your mortgage? Let’s find out.

Beating Grocery Store Prices
Beating Grocery Store Prices

on June 11, 2008

Rising grocery store prices have turned beating the cost of food shopping into an art. But, if you know how to shop, where to shop, and when to shop for food, your grocery store bill doesn’t have to cost you a fortune.

Shopping Car Loans
Shopping Car Loans

on June 9, 2008

Last month general motors announced the biggest annual loss in their history. And dark clouds for car manufacturers mean blue skies for buyers, as dealers get desperate. But if you’re thinking of buying a car anytime soon, don’t forget the financing.

Mortgage Help: Talk is Cheap
Mortgage Help: Talk is Cheap

on June 9, 2008

With foreclosures and bankruptcies soaring nationwide, both government and private industry have been promising help to homeowners. But is that help materializing?

Saving Green: Paperwork
Saving Green: Paperwork

on June 9, 2008

The average American family throws away about a ton of paper every year. So if you can figure out a way to put less paper in your trash, you could figure out a way to put more of it in your wallet.

Saving Green: Entertainment
Saving Green: Entertainment

on June 9, 2008

Everybody wants to save the planet… and most of us also want to save some money for ourselves. Is it possible to do both at the same time?

Loans for Plastic Surgery
Loans for Plastic Surgery

on June 9, 2008

You’d like to get some expensive elective surgery, but you don’t really have the money and there’s no insurance. What do you do?

Spring Break Volunteers
Spring Break Volunteers

on June 9, 2008

The highways and beaches are filling up with college kids as Spring Break gets into full swing. But there are students who find better things to do with their time off than get sunburned.

Home Equity vs Line of Credit
Home Equity vs Line of Credit

on June 9, 2008

While the credit crunch has made borrowing for or against your home more difficult, home equity loans and lines of credit remain popular for those with equity. Stacy Johnson explains what these loans do and if you should consider them.

The Cost of Summer Camp
The Cost of Summer Camp

on June 9, 2008

Summer camps aren’t college, but they have a lot in common. Picking the right one can be complicated and expensive, but there are some tips that can make the process easier.

Credit Counseling vs Debt Settlement

on June 9, 2008

You’ve seen the ads: credit counseling companies say they can help by getting your payments and interest rates lowered. Others claim they can get your debts wiped out entirely by settling them for pennies on the dollar. Money reporter Stacy Johnson takes an inside look at these companies.

“Head-On” and Homeopathy
“Head-On” and Homeopathy

on June 9, 2008

When you’ve got a headache, you go to the pharmacy and you assume that all these medications are going to do the trick. But will they? A man named James Randi says he’ll bet a million dollars they wont.

James Randi’s Million Dollar Challenge
James Randi’s Million Dollar Challenge

on June 9, 2008

If you’re a fortune teller, faith healer, psychic then you really need to know James Randi because he’s got a million dollars with your name written on it. Ready to put up or shut up?

Hiring the Homeless
Hiring the Homeless

on June 9, 2008

This hotel kitchen had a tough time finding employees. Until they started looking out their back door. Literally.

Environmental Weddings
Environmental Weddings

on June 6, 2008

Getting married? Love saving green? Environmentally conscious? There is a way to have an incredible wedding, at an affordable price, with an ‘environmental wedding’!

Eco-Hotels Make Green Vacations
Eco-Hotels Make Green Vacations

on June 4, 2008

If you’ve ever thought about ways to “Go Green”, maybe you should starting thinking about the way you travel.

Deflating Inflation

on June 2, 2008

If you’ve ever been through any type of financial planning, youíve probably heard all about, and been duly frightened by, inflation. The word inflation refers to the gradual erosion of the purchasing power of money due to rising prices over time. In other words, your money is worth less because stuff costs more. While it … Continued

The $1400 Phone Bill
The $1400 Phone Bill

on June 2, 2008

Cell phones can be expensive, and cell phone billing methods can be confusing. But what would you do if your cell bill arrived, and it was more than 200 pages long and totaled more than $1,400? One family found out…

Great Jobs Without A College Degree
Great Jobs Without A College Degree

on June 2, 2008

Do you have to get a college diploma to land a high paying job? Not necessarily. Making money without a college degree isn’t impossible.

Negotiating With Your Lender
Negotiating With Your Lender

on May 13, 2008

Knowing how to negotiate with your lender can save you tons of money.

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