There's no avoiding it: Having children is expensive. But with the help of your smartphone, you can cut your kid-related costs down considerably. Here are 6 apps that'll help.
According to a recent survey, 2013 has seen record highs set for the fees that banks charge their customers for ordinary services. But there are ways to avoid them.
As the organic, all-natural fads flood our social feeds, it's hard not to feel pressure to join in. Here are some healthy alternatives that won't cost your whole paycheck.
Retailers have their own calendar that dictates what we're buying when, and how close to full price we should pay. Ditch that schedule, and your savings can be considerable.
Ever wonder why and how America got into the biggest financial crisis since the 1930s? The answer is actually simple: It's because you didn't take home ec in high school.
Babies are expensive, so expectant parents should set some extra cash aside before junior arrives. Another $3,000 in savings is a good goal. Here are 9 tips to get you there.
Looking for a way to raise a quick buck? For a growing number of people, one top method seems to be selling their bodies...piece by piece.
Fish is one of the healthier option for diners, but overfishing of certain popular species is taking a toll on the environment. The solution: Eat more weird fish.
Worried about how to make healthy and ethical choices on your fruits and vegetables without breaking the bank? Here are a few tips.
When it comes to sustainable fuels, the future is on the way -- and being driven forward by California.
When your body changes shape, you don't have to spend big to replace everything in your closet: Just bring your favorite shirts, pants and other garments to the tailor shop.
The Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, will reach a milestone Tuesday: Its health insurance exchanges will open. And most people's health care situation won't change at all.
Americans spend a lot on restaurant-made lunches. And while we won't suggest you brown bag it every day, we can offer some ways to squeeze savings out of your lunch budget.
Heart disease is scary, but while you're worrying about fat and cholesterol, you may be ignoring another lethal danger lurking in your meat: antibiotic resistant bacteria.
Doug Rauch, ex-president of Trader Joe's, sees a lot of good food going to waste because it's expired. His answer: A store that turns that food into fresh, low-priced meals.
Why haven't you bought an electric car yet? Part of the answer might lie in government policies, which are keeping prices high and convenience low.
If you're living paycheck to paycheck and hoping for the best, it's time to face facts: You need an emergency fund. And it doesn't have to be huge: $1,000 is a great start.
To help poor but talented kids attend college, Delaware is going to send college application fee waivers to every high-achieving, low-income student in the state.
Funerals are expensive, and the cost comes at a moment when money's the last thing you want to think about. Crowdfunding lets those who mourn with you to share the burden.
Everything you need to know about managing your finances can fit on one index card. Want to know what the advice is? Get your pen ready...
Think that punishingly high student loan debt is just an American problem? As this infographic from Nonprofit Colleges Online show, it's actually an issue all over the world.