Don’t settle for a summer wardrobe based on items you dragged out of a clothing store bargain bin last year. Here’s how to dress in style without overspending.
This week: Insurance you shouldn’t buy, financial advice for friends, finding the cheapest flights, the cost of selling your home and seven affordable getaways.
Vacation home rentals tend to offer more comfort for less money than a hotel room. And you’ll save even more if you know where to look and how to ask for them.
Should you buy or rent your next home? The answer might surprise you.
Wear the right attire between 2-7 p.m. and you’ll receive a free treat in a new limited-edition 16-ounce 20th anniversary cup.
Bargains that turned into stunning windfalls — some big enough to alter the course of history.
Keeping fleas off your pet and out of your home and yard doesn’t require expensive and toxic chemicals.
The Federal Reserve’s latest action will hurt or help your wallet — or both. It comes down to how you handle debts and savings now.
A new report reveals that health spending has slowed, but is still far outpacing Americans’ ability to keep up. Learn how to protect your bottom line.
If you’re considering switching carriers, now’s the time to do it.
It may not be your beverage of choice — or maybe it is — but there are many excellent reasons to keep it around the house.
On a tight budget? Your pet doesn’t need to suffer if you follow these money-saving tips for excellent care.
Take this news as a reminder of how much more you can earn by shopping around.
Many shoppers fail to understand deferred-interest financing — and it’s costing them a lot in interest payments. Here’s how to avoid being surprised by the terms of a store credit card.
Whatever you’re working toward in life, personally or professionally, you can fast-track your progress by taking a cue from super-successful people. Here are their traits that are well worth copying.
You can quench your thirst — and refresh your budget — with a tray of these from-scratch sippers.
Prescription drug price increases force millions of Americans to leave pill bottles unfilled. We have tips to save you money on medications.
Most of these classic products are inexpensive if not downright cheap. All are chosen because of their capacity to make your days easier and your life a little happier.
Nearly half of Americans in their 30s and 40s have lived together in a romantic relationship. While that may make for a happy couple, it can lead to money misery.
Avoid the road on these days, and you’ll cut your risk of a run-in with drivers who are speeding or texting — or both.
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