Whether you’ve resolved to lose weight or simply want to stay fit and healthy in 2019, these habits will help you succeed.
Is medical debt making your credit ill? Here are some ideas that might help it heal faster.
Follow these easy tips to save so you’ll have more money for things that really matter.
A new year means 12 more months of great freebies. We have the lowdown on January’s best.
As a new year dawns, deals abound for some types of products. In other cases, it pays to wait.
These federal income tax deductions are worth thousands of dollars. But you can’t claim them on your 2018 return.
If you fall for any of these stealthy tactics, your budget will suffer for it. So, here’s what to watch out for when eating out.
These fun, inexpensive electronics will make your day-to-day life a little easier — and happier.
The most recent Federal Reserve action is pushing savings account rates even higher. Here’s how to earn more in 2019.
Does your budget blow up in your face every month? You’re probably forgetting to plan for at least one of these costs.
One-fourth of savers lack this bit of information — and it can prove costly when saving for retirement.
Here’s how you can start earning money for shedding pounds in 2019.
Seniors often face age discrimination at work, but there are steps you can take to remain vital and competitive.
Start the new year by stopping unwanted mail from clogging your mailbox and trash can. Here’s how.
The typical cellphone installment financing plan is 24 months. But some companies are offering longer deals. Here’s how to find which is best for you.
Most people who make New Year’s fitness resolutions give up before achieving them. But you can beat the odds with these proven tactics.
Yes, it’s possible to pay less than a buck for items from a dollar store. Here’s how.
Putting more money in the bank should be a top priority in the new year. We suggest some simple ways to make it happen.
There are strategies couples can use to get thousands more in Social Security benefits over their lifetimes. One is called “restricted application.” Should you try it?
Here’s how to turn everyday objects you already own into secret hiding compartments for next to nothing.
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