From skipping the in-room minibar and using your own phone to getting the right kind of credit card, 10 ways to avoid those annoying hotel fees.
A record 23 million people are expected to take a cruise this year, but there are some significant changes in store.
When you're going through a divorce, it's far too easy to make mistakes that may cost you for years to come. Here's what you need to know.
By helping too much, parents risk their own financial future and making their children too dependent on them.
From helping keep tabs on a trip budget to researching prices, the benefits of involving kids in summer vacation planning are worth their weight in gold.
A will is the least you can do to make sure your estate passes to your loved ones after you die, but almost half of American parents don't have one.
Memorial Day procrastinators needn't fear: There are gallons of cheap gas and plenty of cheap hotel rooms to help your last-ditch efforts.
Gas prices will be at lowest summertime level since at least 2009 — and possibly the lowest since 2005, when gas averaged $2.33 a gallon May-to-September.
How do average large families without reality show salaries afford it? Some real families talk on the record about whether 'economy of size' really exists.
Some relationships really do cost too much. These people share how they realized that they were spending too much cash.
When naming beneficiaries for your life insurance policy, you're likely to pick your spouse and children. But naming a trust instead can have benefits.
Buying a new home is a huge investment, and the decisions you make after the close can help make make sure you protect that investment.
Mother's Day isn't immune to the same demand that make Valentine's Day an overpriced hassle. You'd be well-served by steering clear of the traditional.
Time is of the essence with a new baby, and technology can help you get some of your life -- and sleep -- back.
Bogged down in the minutiae of traditional budgeting? The anti-budget or the live-on-one-income budget may be your answer.
Don't let your prospective adviser ask all the questions. Be sure to bring some of your own -- and listen carefully to the answers.