In 2019, about 1 in 4 American adults said they found it hard to afford their prescription medications. Fortunately, there are ways to cut the cost of prescription drugs with the help of your doctor, your pharmacist, and various aid and discount programs.
If you're like most Americans, you're paying too much for your high-speed Internet service. These savvy tactics can help you get your bill down to a more reasonable size.
In the modern world, kids need to know more about money than how to stash quarters in a piggy bank. These 13 tools can help them learn about how money works and how to take care of their own.
A divorce can cost nearly as much as a wedding - and without the happy memories to go with it. In 2019, people who hired lawyers to handle their divorces paid an average of $13,000 each. Fortunately, there are cheaper alternatives.
All too often, first responders and other essential workers in America get too little support. That's why some U.S. companies are taking matters into their own hands, offering these everyday heroes discounts and other deals on a wide variety of products and services.
Inflation whittles away the value of your money, yet economists say it's also a sign of a healthy economy. By understanding how inflation can be both helpful and harmful, you can use it to your advantage and protect yourself against its more negative effects.
Sometimes, investing a little money up front can help you save money in the long run. Here are some examples of small items you can buy for $100 or less that could save you much more than that over time.
Parents who want the best possible education for their children have a difficult choice to make: paying directly for private school, or paying indirectly for a home near a good public school.
American families with children under 18 spend between $688 and $1,193 per year on clothing for them. There are two ways to lower this cost: smarter shopping to reduce the cost of each piece, and making clothes last as long as possible.
There's no need to pay a debt settlement company to negotiate a deal with your creditors. With a bit of work, you can do it yourself.
Spending a lot of money on a wedding does not guarantee a happy marriage. In fact, a 2014 study found that just the opposite seems to be true - which is is good news for anyone who’s trying to save money on a wedding.
Some financial experts like to claim that the key to financial independence is as simple as giving up a daily latte. Here's why they're wrong.
It’s no big secret that men, as a group, earn more than women. What's less obvious is how many problems this causes for society - and how to fix it.