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What counts as green or environmentally friendly today has probably changed since the last time you remodeled your home. Here’s the latest info.
Who to tell when you travel, who not to tell, why to think twice about valet car parking, and more tips to protect your identity and money.
Here’s how to gain free or discounted admission to U.S. national treasures, and cut down on the lodging and food costs of your trip.
There are reasons that eco-friendly car buyers are reluctant to plunge into the electric car market. Here is what they need to know.
When our feelings overtake our rational plans, we make expensive mistakes. Here are some things to watch for so you don’t get derailed.
If you want to camp out with the kids, think of your weather conditions, space needs, and any special requirements before buying a tent to fit everyone.
Be sure to include credit unions in your search for new plastic. Here’s why.
Even if you have not filed, and you fear you can’t afford your taxes, do yourself a favor and make this one move.
If you get a call from a debt collector, don’t panic. Here’s what you need to know to make sure you’re not being scammed and get on top of legitimate debt.
While companies are handing out credit monitoring like it’s candy at a parade, consumers often don’t understand what they’re getting.
The most prestigious schools are not necessarily going to lead to higher income, but they likely will lead to larger debt.
Mobile payment apps are beginning to take hold — albeit a little slower than initially expected — and likely to replace credit cards and cash with increased convenience and security. Check out the major players.