Finish those exams and pack your bags. Haven't planned your spring break yet? We have suggestions.
Think the trendiest hotels in the country are out of your price range? Not if you're smart.
What if you could take this year’s tax refund, spend every dime, then get it all back, plus 30%? Impossible? Not at all.
It's not often that we get lump sums of cash, and the temptation is great to do the wrong thing. Here's a quick checklist.
It's not often in life that we get lump sums of cash, and the temptation is great to do the wrong thing. Here's a quick checklist.
Looking to cut the electric bill? One place to start is the kitchen, which accounts for about a third of household energy use.
While overall inflation is expected to remain tame this year, one area where it might go wild is clothing, with overall prices expected to rise by 10% or more.
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Americans can kill two birds with one stone by filing their taxes and buying health insurance at the same time.
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