Stop Overspending on These 11 Things
Stop Overspending on These 11 Things
on September 26, 2016

Tradition and emotion often cause people to overspend. Who says you should pay three months’ salary for an engagement ring?

Thinking About Using a Car-Buying Service? 6 Things to Know First
Thinking About Using a Car-Buying Service? 6 Things to Know First
on August 10, 2015

It is possible to save money (and agitation) on a new ride without ever speaking to a car dealer yourself. Here’s how it works.

3 Shortcuts to Preparing for a Natural Disaster
3 Shortcuts to Preparing for a Natural Disaster
on September 25, 2013

Let’s be honest: You’re probably not prepared for a natural disaster, and you might even feel a bit of guilt about that. But you should at least take a few minutes to perform these simple tasks.

10 Tips for Getting the Best Price for Your Used Car
10 Tips for Getting the Best Price for Your Used Car
on September 4, 2013

What happens when you combine a little money with some elbow grease? A car that sells fast and puts more money in your pocket — maybe a lot more.

Should You Use a Car-Buying Service?
Should You Use a Car-Buying Service?
on August 16, 2013

Car-buying services will find and negotiate the purchase of your next new car, sometimes free of charge. They’ll definitely save you time and might save you money too.

5 DIY Home Repair Mistakes That Are Easy to Avoid
5 DIY Home Repair Mistakes That Are Easy to Avoid
on August 12, 2013

Do-it-yourself home repair can save you big, but if you rush and cut corners, it can cost you even more to fix the damage. Here’s how to DIY intelligently.

6 Ways to Save on Tires — and 2 Ways Not To
6 Ways to Save on Tires — and 2 Ways Not To
on August 7, 2013

Don’t burn money and rubber. Save tread and bread by shopping smart for your next set of tires. But be careful – some money-saving ideas are dangerous.

10 Tech Tips for Job Hunting
10 Tech Tips for Job Hunting
on July 10, 2013

Even if you’re not looking for a job in high tech, you need to embrace technology for your job search. Here are the best – and easiest – ways to do that.

Forced Arbitration: When Your Rights Get the Runaround
Forced Arbitration: When Your Rights Get the Runaround
on July 8, 2013

A growing trend in contracts for cellphones, bank accounts, credit cards and lots of other services is costing consumers their rights. It’s called ‘forced arbitration.’ Here’s what it is and what you can do about it.

Women Face Huge Increases in Long-Term Care Insurance Costs
Women Face Huge Increases in Long-Term Care Insurance Costs
on July 3, 2013

Long-term care insurance is becoming much more expensive for women than it is for men in many states. Here’s how you can reduce the cost.

Managing Money for a Parent Who Has Dementia
Managing Money for a Parent Who Has Dementia
on June 28, 2013

The time to act is before a parent becomes unable to handle personal finances. Here are steps you can take.

The Best Sunscreen for Your Money
The Best Sunscreen for Your Money
on June 24, 2013

Summer’s here, and so is the increased risk of skin cancer. Here’s information you need to know about the best and cheapest sunscreen.

Your Biggest Money Worries – and How to Eliminate Them
Your Biggest Money Worries – and How to Eliminate Them
on April 8, 2013

A new survey asks Americans what they fear most financially; the results might surprise you.

The Woman With the Award-Winning Debt
on October 16, 2012

A Kansas woman was recently honored for paying off $120,000 in credit card debt in five years. Here’s how she did it.

Why Would Anyone BUY Lottery Numbers?
Why Would Anyone BUY Lottery Numbers?
on August 20, 2012

Would you buy a book on how to win the lottery? Would you buy just the numbers? Sadly, some gullible people are doing just that.

Sears Announces Super Back-To-School Saturday
Sears Announces Super Back-To-School Saturday
on August 6, 2012

This Saturday, Sears is holding a one-day back-to-school sale – and donating thousands to fight school bullying.

Take 5: A Roundup of Reads From Around the Web
Take 5: A Roundup of Reads From Around the Web
on June 15, 2012

A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: last-minute Father’s Day gifts, cheap men’s grooming, what to use dryer lint for, how to spot counterfeits, and saving on summer vacations.

10 Last-Minute Mother’s Day Gifts for Less Than $10
10 Last-Minute Mother’s Day Gifts for Less Than $10
on May 11, 2012

Whether you’ve been busy or broke, it’s not too late to give your mom something special. Here’s how to make mom happy by using your imagination instead of your money.

Windows 8 Won’t Play DVDs – Unless You Pay More
Windows 8 Won’t Play DVDs – Unless You Pay More
on May 8, 2012

If you own a PC desktop or laptop and want to upgrade to Windows 8, be warned: The Media Player software that comes standard won’t play DVDs.

What’s the Best Seat on an Airplane?
What’s the Best Seat on an Airplane?
on April 30, 2012

If you’re not paying extra for first class or business class, what’s the best seat to reserve on a commercial jetliner?

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