Although Money Talks News has been around since 1991, before 2010 we were mainly a TV news service, supplying personal finance news to local network affiliates nationwide.
In January 2010, we started publishing articles and connecting with people on the web. It was a good idea. In the last six years, we’ve grown from about 20,000 visitors monthly to more than a million, and now more than 350,000 people subscribe to our daily newsletter. (If you’re not one, fix that here!)
We published hundreds of stories in 2016. In case you missed a few, here’s a list of our most-clicked.
You can now see the information that lenders, insurers and landlords see — and without charge. Here’s how.
Confused about the best ways to save online? I used to be, too. Here’s how to save on every online purchase and get a free gift card at the same time.
Don’t walk onto that showroom floor until you consider these tips about how to choose a used car and how to save hundreds or thousands of dollars on the purchase.
Get your sagging score into shape by putting these strategies to work.
American Olympic athletes who earn gold, silver or bronze also get a little green. But the payout is not as great as it appears on first blush.
Costco is filled with ways to save, but it’s easy to overlook some of the less obvious perks. Here are eight great ones.
Find out how major cities rank according to their residents’ indulgence in the in the seven deadly sins. Is your hometown among the decadent or the clean-living?
Office visits for your four-legged friends can be expensive. But you don’t have to roll over. Here are some tips to take a bite out of vet bills.
Need more cash? Here are a bunch of money-raising ideas that can give your finances a boost.
Clearly, extra cash is a topic that resonates with lots of readers. Our most popular piece for the year was this slide show on how to make a quick buck. Check it out.
What about 2017?
Got anything you’d like to see us cover in 2017? Let us know in the comments below or on our Facebook page!
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