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In a survey, 2,000 people named the five money-saving strategies that actually worked for them. Here's how to make them work for you too.
Bad financial decisions can cost you thousands of dollars and years of your life. Here's how to avoid poor money choices based on data from 2,000 people.
Drivers pay more each year for insurance than they do for maintenance, tires, or even gas. But with these tips, you can lower your premiums by hundreds of dollars a year.
You can't always avoid a financial crisis, but you can keep it from crushing you. There are plenty of programs out there – some run by the government, some by charities – that can help keep the bills paid until you get back on your feet.
If you love new books but hate the price tags, here are the best sources of cheap books - and better yet, free books - for the bookworm on a budget.
Today, comparison shopping can showing a price from one store and asking another store to match it. Here's how to use price matching at Walmart, Target, Best Buy, and more.
Broken appliances can be a real drag. If you’ve got one sitting around, there are a few simple rules that can help you figure out whether to repair it or replace it.
Americans waste a lot of money – and we know it. Yet often the things we know are a waste are the very things we're least willing to cut back on.
If you know where to look, you can find clothing that’s good for the planet and for your wallet.
Worried about busting your budget during the holidays? A few sensible steps – like setting spending limits, shopping sales, and saving on shipping – can help keep your expenses in line.
Going home for the holidays? There are many travel options - but which is best? Learn how to make the best choice regarding time, cost, and other factors.
Studies show Daylight Savings Time has a variety of effects, some helpful and some harmful. So how do the pros stack up against the cons?
Is a car-free life for you? The answer depends on your specific situation: where you live, where you work, and what you do for fun.
Our "throwaway society" is a costly place to live - both for us and for the environment. By choosing to reuse, we can stretch our dollars further and avoid waste at the same time.
Wondering if you qualify for assistance to heat or cool your home? Learn more about the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program to see if you may qualify.