Take extra care to avoid hospitalization if you live in one of these states or districts.
The answer isn’t far removed from the spending of the average U.S. household.
Insurers can check auto claim histories before setting premiums. Here’s how to learn what they are finding out about your past.
Whether it’s a $100 million inheritance or a $3,000 tax refund, will you be ready when money suddenly lands in your lap?
Have you overlooked these Independence Day sales?
It’s important to think about survivor’s benefits before deciding when to claim Social Security.
Not everything is getting more expensive.
Once you retire, you will give up some important — even irreplaceable — things.
A handful of eateries are offering deals as the fireworks fly, and we’ve rounded them up.
Use these tips to get the most when selling your car.
Here’s how to measure your financial progress so you can make up for any shortfalls by year’s end.
Rejoice in the nation’s freedoms by grabbing a few free treats this month.
Budgets can be tough to stick to. Here’s a better approach.
Have you heard of the many unique gifts that accompany this brain difference?
These staples let you whip up a meal without running to the store.
This July Fourth, use the spirit of 1776 as motivation to get your financial life in order.
Stop paying for store-bought cleaning wipes from brands like Lysol.
Here’s a quick way to make custom flavors without an ice cream machine.
It seems logical: Credit card companies will reward you with a higher score if you carry a balance. But is it true?
Sometimes a big-ticket purchase is nothing more than a big waste of money.
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