Even as college costs rise over $30K a year, students all over the country are getting their degrees without spending a dime for tuition.
If the only way you’ve ever played a game is sitting in front of a screen, then you’re missing out on a whole world of possibilities.
So-called "miracle cures" just waste your money on remedies that don’t work. Here's how to spot a health scam and know where to turn for real, useful health info.
Paper shredders help protect your private info from thieves. We recommend the best shredders for home and business use, high-volume use, and small budgets.
Pressure cookers like the Instant Pot are more than just a fad. They're genuinely useful devices that can save you both time and money in the kitchen.
One of the keys to saving money on DIY is to have a well-stocked toolbox at the ready. Here's a list of about a dozen tools that can see you through most basic repairs.
As an ethical vegetarian, I spent years figuring out where to shop for leather-free shoes and other accessories. Here's what I’ve learned – a shopping guide for herbivores on a budget.
You can buy a luxury CD player for as much as a new car, but there's no need to. We found $300-and-up CD players to satisfy the pickiest audiophiles, and very good CD players for as little as $150.
Pretty much every guilty pleasure that can hurt your health is also bad for your wallet. Here's how much your bad habits could be costing you - and how to control them.
You can spend as little as $10 on a hair dryer, or more than $300. Whatever your budget or needs, one of these four top-rated hair dryers is sure to please.
You probably can’t stop every single spam message from reaching your inbox, but you can cut way down on the amount you get. And better still, you can do it without paying a cent.
Unlike other home loans, a HELOC gives you access to a pool of cash that you can dip into as needed. This deal offers flexibility - but is it a good idea?
The modern world runs on batteries. We consult professional tests and user reviews to see which ones offer the most power, longevity, and storage life.
Using an automatic savings plan is like keeping the cookies on a high shelf. It helps you save by setting aside part of each month’s earnings in a separate account, where it’s harder to reach.
Time banking is a system that lets people use time, instead of money, to pay for goods and services. Read on to find out how you can use time banking to your advantage.