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Over a million homes will have rooftop solar panels by the end of 2015. Could you be one of the homeowners who could save money by going solar?
Save even more on your next trip to the outlet mall with these shopping tips guaranteed to make the trek worthwhile.
David Letterman's Stupid Pet Tricks were funny and ran 30 years. Wall Street's stupid investment tricks have been going on longer but aren't funny at all.
Looking for nearly new electronics at a fraction of the price? Find out how to buy refurbished laptops, phones and more -- and avoid as-is items.
Want to cut vacation costs and improve the experience? I have favorite websites and some offbeat ideas, including an ice chest and practical souvenirs.
When auto companies roll out new cars like they did at last week's New York auto show, the unveilings can sometimes push down the prices of existing models.
One challenge to buying from online retailers is you're unable to test the mattress before buying. So some let you have a long-term trial at home.
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When supermarkets try to manipulate you into buying more stuff, here's how to fight back. It starts with a list and a firm mind.
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