Here’s why this emollient for infants belongs in the home of every financially shrewd adult.
These eight items can help you save time while making meals that are nutritious and inexpensive.
Planning for retirement savings to last until you are 90 or older is a daunting job. Make these errors, and the task goes from “difficult” to “impossible.”
Talk about a win-win: Get up to 40 percent cash back — plus a chance to be one of five lucky readers to win a $100 Visa gift card.
Coffee is good for much more than a morning caffeine jolt. Here’s how to enlist coffee beans, leftover grounds and even plants in an array of helpful household hacks.
Nostalgia is fun, whether you remember the fabulous ’50s or just wish you did. Care to guess how many full-sized candy bars you’d get for $1 back then?
A tumbling credit score is deadly serious, but the way you arrive at such a free fall can be downright silly.
From paranormal activity to slime — it’s downright frightening how these things could affect a property’s sale price.
Thinking of buying a Mega Millions ticket? Read this list, and you may reconsider.
Deciding to go DIY can be costly — or disastrous — in some cases. Learn when to put down the tools and call in a pro.
Life insurance can be vital to your financial stability — but it also can be a waste of money. In these situations, it can hurt you more than it helps.
You may qualify for Social Security spousal benefits from your husband or wife, even if you’re divorced. But what if you remarry?
If you sell or trade in one of these vehicles after several years, you stand to recoup much of your money.
Ever wonder why the burger you get at your local drive-thru looks nothing like those on TV? Here’s the truth.
If you’ve ever dropped your phone in the toilet or cracked the screen you know how easy it is to damage a very expensive and seemingly essential possession. Here’s how to tell if insurance is the answer.
Few teachers go into education for the monetary rewards alone, but as this revealing study shows, a career in the schools is a lot more rewarding in some states than others.
Find out where your state ranks among the friendliest — and most lucrative — places to work.
Unreasonable fees are the financial equivalent of a cold slap in the face. Here’s how to steer clear of them.
A report you’ve probably never heard of can alert you to problems in your banking history. Here’s what every consumer should know about it — and how to get a free copy.
If you use the same password for everything — or use simple passwords so you can remember them — stop what you’re doing and read this.
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