Did you know that using your credit cards could actually save you money? Here's how.
After the holiday extravaganza, take our February challenge and make this month a no-buy month. Purchase only the bare necessities and soon you'll see the savings grow.
Good news for drivers: Higher oil output and better fuel efficiency are clipping prices.
Healthy eating could cost you an extra $550 or more a year, according to one study. We've got 10 ways to help you spend less.
Many eateries and service providers offer cut rates for older folks, so plan your day accordingly.
Often there's a disconnect between what gives us the most joy and what we think we want. Once you've saved up for something, you'll want to spend the money without regret.
No need to pay retail. We've got a big list of ways to save on everything -- and we do mean everything.
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