Just because you can spend a lot of money on your cellphone bill does not mean you should — especially if you are a low-data user.
You can score a free $15 gift card, free food, $140 in discounts and 6 percent cash back — but only if you act soon.
Equifax is offering free fraud-fighting services to all consumers. But you must take advantage of them now.
Banks are basically paying nothing on savings accounts. What’s a saver to do?
Bruegger’s Bagels is celebrating its birthday by offering free food. Find out how you can score.
In addition to being emotionally draining, divorce can end up costing you a bundle. Fortunately, there are things you can do to minimize the financial damage.
If you forget about even one subscription or membership, it can ding your budget over and over. Here’s how to stop the financial bleeding.
New car dealers confide how those who choose to lease can needlessly waste thousands of dollars.
Check out this sweepstakes by our partner Debt.com to win a pile of green that will help you get back in the black. But act quickly…
Working longer can give you a fatter nest egg. But there’s an even better argument for not retiring early.
Did your economics prof teach you about bitcoin, or side hustles, or phishing emails? If those topics weren’t in your curriculum, here’s a chance to get up to speed.
Watch this video to learn about the differences between these two key financial instruments.
Just 19 percent of Americans are satisfied with their pay. Here are some tips that might help you start the year with more compensation.
These employers are offering more generous retirement help in the wake of changes to the federal tax code last month.
The new tax law creates the biggest change in generations for the self-employed. How can it benefit you?
The retailer is known for its heavenly scented products. Here’s how to get all that stress-relieving aromatherapy for less.
A smartphone app can now help you save money as you conserve gas.
Yes, you can get certain medications for $0. It’s easier than you might think at these supermarkets.
The average movie ticket now costs $9. But you can pay less — or maybe nothing at all — with these simple tips.
Managing your health right — even before retirement — has a big impact on how much savings you have for your golden years.
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