Dental care can be expensive, even if you have insurance. Here are five ideas for cutting your costs.
The cost of health insurance through state and federal marketplaces was all over the map in 2018 — with premiums soaring in some states and sinking in others. Where does your state stand?
Yes, you can get certain medications for $0. It’s easier than you might think at these supermarkets.
Learn how you can bring in some extra money simply by taking surveys.
Tired of receiving unsolicited offers for credit cards or insurance? Worried that an identity thief could intercept them? Here’s what to do.
Cleaning is a necessary evil. We have tricks that can save you cash and get you through those chores more quickly.
If you’re like most Americans, you are thousands of dollars in debt. But do you really understand how credit really works?
Here’s how to cut your prescription medication prices by up to 90 percent with just a few clicks.
Audiobooks let you take great stories on the go. And if you know where to look, you can get such books for free.
Ignore the naysayers: People of moderate means really can leverage their dollars to build wealth. Some of the most effective tactics don’t cost a dime.
A lot of middle-aged people go back to school for a graduate or undergraduate degree. Good idea? It depends. Here’s what you need to know.
Thrift stores are full of quality stuff and bargains. Here are some buys that stand out from the rest.
A few key costs disappear once you quit the 9-to-5 grind. Find out more.
Online shopping has changed how we purchase everything. But for many things you’re still better off buying the old-fashioned way — in person.
Here are seven frightfully good things to buy in October — and another seven that should wait until the ghouls and goblins are gone.
Yes, you can rack up free Walmart gift cards with virtually no effort. Here’s how.
Keeping it simple is the best path to saving. Here are a dozen quick and easy tricks to help you save on everything from water to gasoline.
Your pharmacist will soon be able to let you in on a secret way to save money on medications.
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.
Internet banks tend to offer better interest rates than traditional banks. These three also earned high marks for customer satisfaction.
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