coronavirus test kit
Why You Should Not Buy Costco’s COVID-19 Test

on November 2, 2020

Here’s what you should know before ordering an at-home coronavirus test kit from Costco — or anywhere else.

Pharmacist
8 Things You Can Get for Free at Pharmacies

on October 5, 2020

In this age of higher-priced drugs and complex health care systems, a trip to the pharmacy can spark worry. Freebies sure do help.

Luxury villa or mansion with pool
The Most Expensive House for Sale in Every State

on September 22, 2020

A ton of money can buy a lot more than just four walls.

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The 10 Best Community Colleges by Cost and Quality

on September 10, 2020

These two-year schools offer both affordability and a high-quality education.

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The 15 Most Popular Brands in America

on September 2, 2020

Shoppers adore these brands of household products.

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4 States Where Schools Are Open — and 7 Where They Are Closed

on August 18, 2020

The back-to-school season has never looked like this. See which states are most and least strict about in-person instruction.

Essential worker
How Much 15 Types of Essential Workers Earn

on August 14, 2020

These folks on the front lines are keeping the economy going and keeping us safe and healthy. Are they paid enough?

woman working in a mask
10 Jobs in Demand in the Coronavirus Economy and Beyond

on July 9, 2020

Even amid the pandemic and unemployment surge, some professions seem bulletproof.

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10 Jobs Where Older Workers Are Hit Hardest by Coronavirus Layoffs

on July 8, 2020

Older Americans have become even more vital to the economy and among the most affected by the pandemic.

Woman wearing jeans
7 Iconic American Products No Longer Made in the USA

on July 3, 2020

These familiar products have been outsourced to other nations.

family moves during a pandemic
13 Tips for Buying, Selling or Renting a Home Amid a Pandemic

on May 8, 2020

Real estate is adapting fast to new perils and opportunities.

5 Ways to Help Seniors During the Coronavirus Crisis
5 Ways to Help Seniors During the Coronavirus Crisis

on April 9, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic is a scary time for everyone. Elders who are living alone might enjoy your help.

New York City
The 25 Best Cities for Jobs in 2020

on February 5, 2020

Based on jobs, salaries, friendliness, affordability and a host of other factors, these are the great destinations to find work and start a new life.

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5 Monthly Bills You Can Easily Negotiate Down

on January 29, 2020

Here’s how to bring down recurring expenses and save hundreds — or even thousands — of dollars each year.

18 Jobs That Are Most Likely to Be Killed off by Computers
18 Jobs That Are Most Likely to Be Killed off by Computers

on January 24, 2020

Is your job among those most threatened by artificial intelligence? You might be surprised.

The Fastest-Growing Jobs in Every State
The Fastest-Growing Jobs in Every State

on January 15, 2020

Ready for a new line of work and possibly more money? You might be surprised to learn the hottest job in your state.

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7 Reasons Workers Age 65 and Older Have Not Retired Yet

on January 11, 2020

For some, the golden years are a time to increase the gold — but their reasons for delaying retirement vary widely.

5 Movie Theater Freebies You Can Get With a Gift Card Purchase
5 Movie Theater Freebies You Can Get With a Gift Card Purchase

on December 20, 2019

Give friends and family a theater experience, and you can get a little something for yourself as well.

The Best and Worst States for Working as a Teacher
The Best and Worst States for Working as a Teacher

on November 19, 2019

Teaching can be tough, but the life of a K-12 educator depends a lot on where you live.

Here’s How Much Money Janitors Make in Your State
Here’s How Much Money Janitors Make in Your State

on November 5, 2019

Wages for janitors vary widely across the U.S. Do we pay people enough to sweep floors and clean toilets? You decide.

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