Going to School Online: Better Education, Lower Cost?
Going to School Online: Better Education, Lower Cost?
on September 7, 2011

If your children could attend school from home, for free, would you sign up? K12 is one online charter school getting taxpayer support: See if it sounds right for your kids.

More $99 HP TouchPads and Other Tablet Alternatives on the Way
More $99 HP TouchPads and Other Tablet Alternatives on the Way
on September 6, 2011

Tablet computers are a hot commodity, but their prices are steep – unless HP holds another fire sale, or other major players jump into the market soon.

The New Face of Community College and 5 Things to Consider Before Applying
The New Face of Community College and 5 Things to Consider Before Applying
on August 29, 2011

Community colleges have always been a cheaper alternative to universities, and now some are changing to better serve those seeking a higher education at a lower price.

What to Do If You Drop Your Cell Phone in Water
What to Do If You Drop Your Cell Phone in Water
on August 26, 2011

There’s nothing like a cool dip in the swimming pool on a hot summer day – until you realize you brought your phone in with you. Here are the steps for electronic CPR.

The 10 Strangest Things You Can Do With a Smartphone
The 10 Strangest Things You Can Do With a Smartphone
on August 24, 2011

Smartphones are fast becoming as indispensable as car keys, especially when combined with useful apps. But there are also apps that are just bizarre. Here are 10 of the most useful, along with 10 of the weirdest.

The Best Way to Pay Off Debt
The Best Way to Pay Off Debt
on August 22, 2011

Debt: Most of us have (lots of) it, and few of us want to talk about it. That may mean we’re throwing away money, because the intuitive way to pay debts off is not the best.

Banks Make Millions Selling Your Shopping Habits
Banks Make Millions Selling Your Shopping Habits
on August 19, 2011

Banks have another idea to make money – and strangely enough, this new tactic might even save you a few bucks.

Many Prescription Drugs Are Getting Cheaper Soon
Many Prescription Drugs Are Getting Cheaper Soon
on August 15, 2011

Prescription drugs are a huge medical expense for many, but the doctor has good news: Some major brand names are going generic in the next year.

How to Live in Luxurious Homes for Free
on August 10, 2011

Living rent-free isn’t something many of us can do past our teenage years – but for the right kind of person, it’s possible. Learn how and see if you have what it takes to be a house-sitting pro.

9 Ways to Save on Back-to-School
9 Ways to Save on Back-to-School
on August 8, 2011

It’s the time of year when kids return to school and you return to the mall. Minimize the damage by harnessing these 9 tips to save on back-to-school shopping.

Can I Get Better Insurance Rates Through an Association?
Can I Get Better Insurance Rates Through an Association?
on August 5, 2011

Want better insurance rates? Join the club – just don’t expect a membership discount. A recent Consumer Reports investigation found that policies quoted through associations like AARP were sometimes cheaper and sometimes pricier than the non-membership rates.

Rent-to-Own: The Most Expensive Way to Buy?
Rent-to-Own: The Most Expensive Way to Buy?
on August 3, 2011

Think paying 30 percent interest on a credit card is hard to swallow? It’s chickenfeed compared to buying the rent-to-own way.

New Tools for Do-It-Yourself Car Diagnosis
New Tools for Do-It-Yourself Car Diagnosis
on August 1, 2011

Your mechanic sounds sympathetic as he explains you need an $800 repair – should you believe him? New computer diagnostic tools can help you decide whether you’re being led astray, and track other useful info about your car.

Is Dental Insurance Worth It? 5 Ways to Save on Care
Is Dental Insurance Worth It? 5 Ways to Save on Care
on July 29, 2011

Dental coverage is usually separate from health insurance, and your employer may not offer it. If that’s the case, is it worth getting? At least one dentist says no.

Are Tattoos at Work OK? Advice for the Inked
Are Tattoos at Work OK? Advice for the Inked
on July 27, 2011

While tattoos are becoming more mainstream, they can still put a damper on your career. Here are some fun facts about tattoos, along with some advice that will help you get ahead and stay there.

How to Drive Across the Country for Free
How to Drive Across the Country for Free
on July 25, 2011

Renting a car for a road trip is expensive, especially with hefty one-way fees. There’s a much cheaper alternative, if you’re flexible and a little adventurous.

Home Staging and 7 More Ideas That Will Sell Your Home For More
Home Staging and 7 More Ideas That Will Sell Your Home For More
on July 22, 2011

It’s a tough market for selling houses – one of the worst in a decade. But smart clean-up and redecorating can help you sell faster and for more.

7 Steps to Switch to a Better Bank
7 Steps to Switch to a Better Bank
on July 20, 2011

Banks are giving us plenty of reasons to switch: higher fees, fewer services, and instability, to name a few. If you’re fed up, don’t be afraid to make a change – but do it the right way.

When Does Food Really Expire?
When Does Food Really Expire?
on July 18, 2011

“When in doubt, throw it out.” While that sounds like a decidedly unscientific way to approach your groceries, it may be better than relying on “sell-by”, “use-by,” and other dates stamped on food.

6 Tips to Avoid Moving Scams
6 Tips to Avoid Moving Scams
on July 15, 2011

Moving is a logistical nightmare, but some things can make it much worse: like when the movers demand more money, hold your stuff for ransom, don’t show up on time – or at all.

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