Crowdfunding funerals has become a bit of a fad, but there are smarter alternatives to handling your final expenses than making your family pass the hat.
Three authors share their experiences in self-publishing and offer advice for other to succeed in the business.
Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages edged up slightly this week, remaining near historically low levels.
The wildly popular Game of Thrones TV series has spurred tourists' interest in visiting Croatia, where much of the epic TV fantasy is set.
I went from being upside-down on an outrageous seven-year new car loan to saving almost $2,000 by refinancing through a credit union. You can do it, too.
New offers from AT&T and Verizon allow subscribers with older smartphones to save a fair amount of cash on their monthly bills.
The world's largest chicken breeder has discovered a fertility issue among roosters, adding to problems constraining poultry production and raising prices.
Big retailers are taking a calculated hit to margins to invest in online grocery operations, hoping to persuade consumers to buy more profitable items.
More American households are ditching their old telephones, though the pace of dumping landlines seems to have slowed down in recent years.
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.
Passengers at some overseas airports that offer U.S.-bound flights will soon be required to power on electronic devices in order to board their flights.
Transform your workout with fitness apps that help you at the gym and monitor your progress. A few apps can turn your phone into a fat-burning machine.
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.
Your TV could be costing you in ways beyond cable bills. Consider its effect on your health, your career and your self-esteem.
Microsoft has joined Qualcomm in a bid to establish standard ways for household devices like light bulbs and thermostats to talk to each other.
Federal regulators are urging consumers to go through their bills line by line after accusing T-Mobile of wrongly charging customers for premium services.