Author: Donna Freedman
Donna Freedman on March 3, 2018
These 500-pound gorillas of retail both like to claim the lowest-price title, but a new study says neither is completely dominant.
Donna Freedman on February 12, 2018
Data from more than half a million borrowers shows that people lower-income states often manage their debt better than those where incomes are higher.
Donna Freedman on January 22, 2018
The U.S. Census Bureau has released a state-by-state report about internet access. The most-connected state will surprise you.
Donna Freedman on January 12, 2018
Being rich isn’t only about what you earn. A new study rates the states where the wealthy can get the most bang for their bucks.
Donna Freedman on September 20, 2017
Save cash and hassles on daily tasks with these easy tricks.
Donna Freedman on August 15, 2017
It’s easy to cut the cost of TV and movie viewing year after year — and in some cases you’ll wind up getting your screen time for free.
Donna Freedman on July 5, 2017
Want to save a bundle on groceries without the warehouse club and its annual fee? Consider “bread from the dead” and 14 other shopping tactics.
Donna Freedman on July 4, 2017
It might feel like you’re going backwards. But you can make time in your parents’ house a positive experience and stepping stone to independence — if you behave like an adult.
Donna Freedman on January 26, 2017
The average movie ticket now costs almost $9. But you can pay less — or maybe nothing at all — with these easy tactics.
Donna Freedman on December 20, 2016
You can give toys they’ll play with and then forget. Or you can give a gift with a lifelong impact.
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