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Worried about the cost of college? Brace yourself. You may have to shell out thousands before your child even sets foot in a dorm room.
While some people flat-out lie on their resumes, thousands are probably unaware their college has them listed as not-quite graduated.
You'll be surprised how quickly you can save $1,000 by the end of the year, simply by reducing or eliminating some common expenses.
Many people nearing retirement grapple with choosing whether to retire "in place" or move to a new location. Here's what to think about.
Carriers' financing plans and early upgrades may offer better deals for consumers upgrading to the iPhone 6.
If you're having a hard time explaining that money doesn't grow on trees to your kids, you're not alone.
Economy seats aren't created equal. How to get the most legroom for the least amount of money.
A survey of more than 50,000 bad decision-makers finds they share a lot of the same traits.
Kids and teens have company heading back to school: More adults over age 35 are returning to the classroom. Here's why.
American and US Airways are pulling fares from Orbitz. It's time to rethink how you search for airfare.
For the second-straight year, satisfaction with the auto industry is down, according to the latest ACSI report.
Yes, the costs of notebooks and up to the moment school fashions are rising. But the costs of youth sports are rising faster.
The ActivEdge card reader requires customers to rotate their ATM cards by 90 degrees, so they are inserted via the long edge.
Debit card fees are coming to bite college students as issuers are charging hefty overdraft fees that often hit young people, a new report says.
$100 equals $100 … true or false? Not so if you're spending it in different states. A new analysis shows where your money goes furthest.
A child born in 2013 will cost a middle-income American family an average of $245,340 until he or she becomes an adult.
What's worse than financial abuse of the elderly? The fact that relatives, often adult children, are most often the perps. Here's how to spot it.
That walk around the block may not be enough exercise for your dog. Maybe your pet needs to join a gym for more structured exercise.
Back-to-school spending doesn't stop when the school bell starts ringing. Fees that could hurt your bottom line.
Using a mobile banking app to make a deposit may be convenient, but it can delay access to those funds by a week or more.