This morning on Today, I joined Lisa Gerstner of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance to discuss easy ways to save money right now from taxes to hotels, insurance and auto.
Is your bank account half empty or half full? When it comes to our ability to make healthy and sound financial choices, mindset matters.
Stopped by the TODAY show for a rundown of the WORST days to buy certain items, go to the DMV and even schedule surgery.
About 4.1 million people work for the federal government and just over 800,000 workers – mostly civilian military workers – are currently furloughed without pay.
Obamacare’s new insurance exchanges open for enrollment Tuesday. Here’s what you need to know.
Experts over at DealNews.com have combed through their archives of sales and coupons to put together a list of best buys for the month of September.
New eyewear, updating your old frames and replacing broken ones can come at a hefty price. Here are a few savings tips.
With cable companies battling it out with major networks, and prices rising all the while, customers are considering forgoing cable TV altogether.
For many of us April 14th will be a hellish day, as we scramble to complete our taxes before the deadline. Here’s some last-minute advice to help you avoid costly mistakes.
Will your family be ready when the first tuition bill arrives? If you have college-bound children it may be wise to open up a 529 plan.