8 Tips to Save at Any Hotel – Even the Nation’s Trendiest
8 Tips to Save at Any Hotel – Even the Nation’s Trendiest
on March 9, 2011

Think the trendiest hotels in the country are out of your price range? Not if you’re smart. We’ve got advice that’ll save you money everywhere — from the W in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to your local Motel 6.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for March 9, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for March 9, 2011
on March 9, 2011

In today’s news: Target’s beating Wal-Mart on prices, discount sites are targeting high-end luxuries, Sprint might merge with T-Mobile, auto recalls abound, and you can watch movies on Facebook now.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for March 8, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for March 8, 2011
on March 8, 2011

Today in the news: The government wants higher security fees added to plane ticket prices, and hopes to work out new foreclosure procedures with banks soon; oil’s up to $105 as Libya’s brewing; Google gets flak for lax security on Android apps; and Subway is the new king of fast food.

Monday’s Money Deals: Cereal, iPads, and Free Pizza
on March 7, 2011

This week’s bargains include magazine subscriptions, Home Depot discounts, an iPad price drop, free pizza, free breadsticks, and more.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for March 7, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for March 7, 2011
on March 7, 2011

In today’s news: Private sector job growth is up, people make crazy tax deductions that the IRS might have a harder time finding this year, spider webs spurred a Mazda recall, and Apple’s making nice with recent buyers of the original iPad.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for March 4, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for March 4, 2011
on March 4, 2011

In today’s news: Food prices and airfares are on the rise, but gas prices might drop soon. Ford wants some trucks back before they catch on fire, and Microsoft will compete with the iPad – next year.

5 Things to Know Before Franchising – and the Top 5 Franchises to Buy
on March 4, 2011

Do you have what it takes to buy and run a franchise? Here’s a list of the most popular franchises and some words of wisdom from someone who owns 11 stores of the nation’s top-ranked.

SUVs Are Still Popular, Despite Rising Oil Prices and Alternatives
SUVs Are Still Popular, Despite Rising Oil Prices and Alternatives
on March 1, 2011

Even though oil and gas prices continue to rise, drivers love their SUVs – half the people looking for a vehicle online are seeking them out. Plus, a new study explains why the electric car market still has some kinks to work out.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for March 1, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for March 1, 2011
on March 1, 2011

Today in the news: Reports show the Dow was up 2.8 percent in February and Americans were saving more in January, Honda and Subaru are ranked best automakers, Noble Energy gets the first deep-water drilling permit since the BP spill, and IHOP’s offering free pancakes for all.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 28, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 28, 2011
on February 28, 2011

In today’s headlines: Warren Buffett is positive about the recovery even as a new government report announces budgets cuts are slowing it down; Google changed its search rankings and Geither wants to change the tax code; and GM makes its first annual profit in 7 years.

Monday’s Money Deals: Faucets, Tech, and Free Food
Monday’s Money Deals: Faucets, Tech, and Free Food
on February 28, 2011

This week, we found discounts of at least 40 percent on MP3 players, iPhone accessories, candles, wallets, sticky notes, and more.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 25, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 25, 2011
on February 25, 2011

In today’s news: The sky’s the limit for airfare and oil prices, Toyota’s recalling another 2 million cars, widespread foreclosures are still a bargain, and Brits are trying out breast milk ice cream.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 23, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 23, 2011
on February 23, 2011

In today’s headlines: Many housing markets hit record lows, credit card rate hikes and fees fall, stockholders in HP and Barnes & Noble lose big, and the government’s investigating Toyota again.

Monday’s Money Deals: Magazines, Formal Wear, and Free Sundaes
on February 21, 2011

It’s President’s Day, which means you can nab a 10-15 percent discount just about anywhere in honor of our founding fathers. But we’ve got much better deals: on purses, rugs, canvas prints, and more.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 21, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 21, 2011
on February 21, 2011

In today’s roundup: Postage rates are going up, and the government may be shutting down. Also: Ford’s going to Russia, Groupon’s going to China, and JPMorgan was left with Lehman’s “goat poo.”

Monday’s Money Deals: Coffee, Electronics, and Free Music
on February 14, 2011

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a free milkshake, cheap flights to China, and deals on cameras, laminators, and bath and body products.

Monday’s Money Deals: Clothes, Fans, and Free Pancakes
on February 7, 2011

If your Super Bowl pick won the day, these deals on food, clothes, and patio furniture are just a Monday bonus. But if you lost, saving money can always make you feel better.

Monday’s Money Deals: Chocolate, Jewelry, and Free Breakfast
on January 31, 2011

Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and this week is the time to get deals online and shipped out in time. We found savings on chocolate and jewelry, plus some food and sports goodies.

The 10 Golden Rules of Saving on Everything
The 10 Golden Rules of Saving on Everything
on January 28, 2011

You resolved to save more this year, but it’s just not happening. Take heart – it’s still early in the year. Use these tips and you’re guaranteed to spend less on the things you want.

Mortgage Rates 2011 – Predictions From 6 Experts
on January 26, 2011

While housing prices are still dropping, mortgage rates are creeping higher. How high will they go in 2011? Here’s Stacy’s prediction, along with a round-up of others.

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