Author: Karla Bowsher
Now through April 22, prices on tens of thousands of products have been slashed in celebration of Earth Day.
Some hackers have figured out how to outsmart credit cards with EMV chip technology. Here’s how to safeguard your cards — and your money.
Easter weekend is abloom with meal deals. This year, they include three-course brunches, take-home meals, kids meals, chili cheese fries and Bloody Marys.
A new study finds that a career change can pay off in big ways for older workers. But take two key steps before you make the move.
Americans use credit cards a lot more for big purchases than small ones. Here’s what you miss when you use cash, checks or debit cards.
To get the discount, order eligible items online and have them shipped to a Walmart store rather than your home.
A simple rule of thumb can tell you when to pay for a flight with cash and when to use points from loyalty programs.
Tax Day is approaching fast. So make the most of these free support options.
Uncle Sam spent nearly $4 trillion last year. Here’s where it went — and how you can keep more of your money at tax time.
Many consumers are less likely to use a product if the president endorsed it, new research shows. Here’s what investors need to know during the Trump era.
Being a Costco member is about to become costlier. So be sure to consider these alternatives before you buy or renew a membership.
Reserving a hotel room within key windows of time can save you up to 35 percent. Here’s how to maximize summer travel savings.
Many Americans could not pay for an unforeseen auto repair without going into debt. Here are two simple steps to make sure you have money on hand.
Car and homeowners insurance companies share your claim details with one another. Here’s what you should know — and what you can do about it.
These part-time gigs will offer competitive wages, and some workers will get benefits. Here’s what you need to know about the openings.
The company behind the VantageScore credit score will roll out a new scoring model to lenders this fall.
Unless you plan to spend the entirety of your retirement sitting around, you’ll want to consider more factors than just the weather.
This new feature adds to the payment methods you can use when shopping on Amazon.com. And for a limited time, it’s also your key to a $10 credit.
Half of U.S. workers age 60 or older are resigned to retiring no earlier than age 70 — or never. Learn from their money mistakes if you want to avoid their fate.