Even with a recent slight uptick in prices, Americans are paying about 20 cents less for a gallon of gasoline than at this time last year.
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The cost of owning a car is going up -- even if you're through with car payments, it's still costing you more to drive.
Sounds too good to be true . . . but by using these extreme tactics, it's possible to save big at the pump.
There are many travel scenarios that can lead to deductible business expenses. But you need to know what they are. And you'd better be able to back them up with records.
AAA says fewer will travel this year, but destinations for those who are going are a bit farther. Gas prices are not a factor, but airline 'fee fatigue' is.
Summertime, and the gas prices are rising. Watch this video to learn easy tips on making the most of your summer motoring budget.
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