Reducing the cost of major bills like car insurance and cable TV is an easy and effective way to save money.
People shown computer-aged versions of themselves said they'd save more for retirement. By all means, try this at home.
If you're getting pinched at the pump, a gas rewards card could help. There are more than 1,000 offers out there -- which one's best for you?
One of the stupidest is Spirit Airlines' $2 'Unintended Consequences Fee,' which the airline seems to be assessing just to make a point.
Some of the top collectors in the world share their tips.
Use 'stealth stock up' tactics to build a stash of food, cleaning supplies and toiletries. A few dollars here and there is all it takes.
Not all savings tips are created equal. Some aren't worth your time. Some might decrease your quality of life in exchange for pennies in savings.
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