Americans are sitting on $34 billion in old cellphones, a survey says. Some people don't realize they can sell or recycle them, and others admit they're just too lazy to do it.
Many people say the tale of the crippled Triumph is unlikely to dissuade them from booking a new trip.
Chances are you won't get to film a meteor, as drivers in Russia did, but installing a dashboard-mounted camera may protect you from idiots and scammers.
Most people use their tax refunds for bills or necessities. If you can afford to save your refund, you'll be further ahead. Here are 6 savings tactics.
You don't need to be an extreme couponer to enjoy the ease of finding and storing coupons and special offers on your smartphone.
Parents and guardians can get a $1,000 tax credit per child if they meet income requirements. Some can even get additional credit.
As we prepare to observe Presidents Day, let's remember that past commanders-in-chief have had financial ups and downs just like the rest of us.
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