I'm tempted by mobile carriers that will buy out my contract and give me trade-in cash for my phone -- without a new contract.
DailyFinance contributor Erin Lowry guides us through her strategy for checking off your holiday shopping list -- and saving money -- while staying sane.
One blogger really saves by actually moving savings into a savings account; another challenges every bill. Their results are huge.
Here's how I've managed to save hundreds of dollars, without skipping out on the gift-giving spirit.
Sprint's offer provides unlimited talk and text anywhere in the U.S. on its network and matches the monthly data allowance for AT&T and Verizon users.
We all know retailers use marketing tricks to get us to buy more. Here are five ways department stores convince you to blow your budget.
Plus-size women's jeans at Old Navy cost up to $15 more per pair than smaller sizes. But that's not the case for men's jeans. And here's the reason why.
Today's vehicles can easily last for 200,000 miles, or maybe more, if you take care of them. Use these simple tips to get the most from your wheels.
The winter heating season officially began Nov. 1. With these 10 tips in mind, you can control your bill -- and stay warm.
It can be hard to execute some (or all!) of these actions, but remember you're saving to make the holidays special for your family and friends.
We could learn -- and save a lot -- from a U.K. initiative to force payday lenders to be more open about their interest rates and fees.
Hidden or secret warranties covering some car defects can save you thousands of dollars, Consumer Reports concludes. You just need to uncover them.
Contrary to popular belief, you will save money in the long run by buying your iPhone instead getting the subsidized version with a two-year contract.
Sure, the price is better by the ounce when you buy in bulk. But if you buy more than you can use in time, you're throwing away money.
Saving for retirement is especially difficult when you earn a small salary. But here are some strategies to invest for retirement with a low income.
It's cheaper to buy a home than rent in all 100 of America's largest metropolitan areas. But the down payment -- try $84,000 in L.A. -- can be a killer.
Learn the truth behind seven misconceptions about credit cards, debit cards, teaser rates, overdrafts and freebies.
41 percent of Americans live in households with no landline telephones. They often just use cellphones, but a technology called VoIP is even cheaper.