How to Shoot Pictures Like a Pro With Your Cellphone Camera
How to Shoot Pictures Like a Pro With Your Cellphone Camera

on September 6, 2017

The camera on your phone might just be all you need to take the pictures you want — as long as you pair it with some free software.

Stressing Out About College Admissions? Consider Hiring a Coach
Stressing Out About College Admissions? Consider Hiring a Coach

on September 5, 2017

There are professionals out there to help navigate the grueling process of getting into the school of your dreams. Here’s what they do — and why people pay thousands for their help.

Playing a Risky Game: People Who Fake Death for Big Money
Playing a Risky Game: People Who Fake Death for Big Money

on September 4, 2017

Life insurance fraud is attempted more often than you might think. Here’s what trips up the perpetrators, according to investigators who track them.

Prep Your Home for Winter With These 16 Low-Cost Tricks
Prep Your Home for Winter With These 16 Low-Cost Tricks

on September 4, 2017

Using these tips to fix gaps, cracks and inefficiencies will make your home cozier and more affordable in cold weather.

Ask Stacy: How Can I Fight My Property Taxes?
Ask Stacy: How Can I Fight My Property Taxes?

on September 1, 2017

This reader thinks her property taxes are too high and wants to appeal her assessment. I’ve been successful challenging mine in two different cities. Here’s how I did it.

The 35 Hardest Colleges to Get Into
The 35 Hardest Colleges to Get Into

on August 31, 2017

New college ranking data reveals just how tough it is to get into some U.S. universities. Some of the colleges that made the list may surprise you.

How to Avoid Getting Soaked by a Flood-Damaged Vehicle
How to Avoid Getting Soaked by a Flood-Damaged Vehicle

on August 30, 2017

A report suggests Hurricane Harvey’s rains could drown a half-million cars. Learn the telltale signs that can help you avoid buying a soggy used car.

43 Awesome Birthday Freebies and Discounts
43 Awesome Birthday Freebies and Discounts

on August 30, 2017

Play your cards right, and you could be enjoying free food, discounts, coupons and goodies just for turning a year older.

3 Steps to Prepare Your Family for a Disaster
3 Steps to Prepare Your Family for a Disaster

on August 28, 2017

Hurricane Harvey is a reminder that no matter where you live, the slightest shrug of Mother Nature’s shoulders can throw your home into chaos. Take these steps to protect your family.

How to Insure Your College Student
How to Insure Your College Student

on August 28, 2017

As students embark on the academic year, here’s how to make sure they have the coverage they need at the best possible price.

If You Like Movies, This Is the Best Deal You’ll Ever See, Period
If You Like Movies, This Is the Best Deal You’ll Ever See, Period

on August 25, 2017

A subscription service for movies shown in traditional theaters now costs just $9.95 each month.

13 Tips for Success in Any Negotiation
13 Tips for Success in Any Negotiation

on August 24, 2017

Here’s what research, experience and common sense show works best. It may surprise you to learn that being less competitive can often make you more successful.

Ask Stacy: What Should I Do With a Windfall?
Ask Stacy: What Should I Do With a Windfall?

on August 23, 2017

Wednesday night’s $700-million Powerball drawing has rekindled an old question: How should you handle a lump sum of money that lands in your lap? Here’s a step-by-step guide for doing things right.

9 Scams Every College Student (and Parent) Needs to Watch For
9 Scams Every College Student (and Parent) Needs to Watch For

on August 23, 2017

Young adults on their own for the first time can be attractive prey for financial tricks and foul play. Here’s how to spot the red flags.

Watch This — 7 Bad Habits Guaranteed to Make You Miserable
Watch This — 7 Bad Habits Guaranteed to Make You Miserable

on August 22, 2017

Becoming miserable is a true art. Here are seven habits guaranteed to turn you into a curmudgeon.

The Top 25 Foreign Lands Sending College Students to the U.S.
The Top 25 Foreign Lands Sending College Students to the U.S.

on August 21, 2017

One of the biggest U.S. exports is sort of an import — college graduates from all over the world. Can you guess where the most come from?

This Is What Milk Cost the Year You Were Born
This Is What Milk Cost the Year You Were Born

on August 20, 2017

Oh how the times have changed. You won’t believe how cheap milk was in the ‘60s and what the prices are doing now.

Why More Workers and Retirees Are Paying Income Tax Penalties
Why More Workers and Retirees Are Paying Income Tax Penalties

on August 17, 2017

Uncle Sam has been hitting a lot more tax filers with fines for underpaying taxes. Here’s what independent workers, baby boomers and other investors must know to avoid this fate.

Watch This — The History of Consumerism in a Nutshell
Watch This — The History of Consumerism in a Nutshell

on August 15, 2017

Is it possible for a culture to be virtuous at the same time that it shops till it drops? Find out the answer.

10 Iconic Brands That Disappeared and 7 More That May Soon Follow
10 Iconic Brands That Disappeared and 7 More That May Soon Follow

on August 10, 2017

There is a “brand graveyard” full of companies that were once household names in America. Find out which iconic brands are there now and those with one foot in the grave.

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