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.
Half of Americans visited their local library at least once last year, a new survey finds, and they -- and you? -- are saving big bucks by not buying books.
How much do you save for the time you spend comparison-shopping? Results are best for car insurance and worst for gas, a survey for an insurance site finds.
Want to reduce your cost of health care? Consider university operations, referral bonuses, cash discounts and a dozen more simple techniques.
The art abandonment movement is about liberating original pieces of art -- for free -- to people who will love them.
New offers from AT&T and Verizon allow subscribers with older smartphones to save a fair amount of cash on their monthly bills.
Good-looking sunglasses cost so much because one firm has quietly built a near-monopoly in the business. Here's how to beat Luxottica and save anyway.
Our homes cost a lot to run, but they are also full of the potential to save money (or even earn you some). And even small tweaks can have a big impact.
You don't want your wedding gift to be the one the bride and groom deem the worst they received. Here are pleasing alternatives to seven bad ideas.
How much money do your bad habits -- like smoking, drinking and eating fast food -- cost you? Each individual outlay may seem small. But they add up fast.
Protecting your knees is part of protecting your overall health, and protecting your health helps ensure your financial security.
Reduce the cost and hassles of your next vacation by skipping the air travel and enjoying a staycation featuring fun and relaxing activities near your home.