Saving more money might seem like a challenge, but it can be done simply. Here are 5 ways to save more money and make your bank account happy.
Retailers are less focused on price slashing but going for short-term lures (better-targeted emails) and long-term gains (better customer service).
Businesses that help busy Americans put healthy, home-cooked food on the table are proliferating. Here's the scoop on meal kit delivery services.
You may own your home, but your HOA calls most of the shots. Here's what's going on behind the scenes -- and what residents think of it all.
How to get materials for less, build around discounted items, save on contractor costs and not spend as much elsewhere during your renovations.
The parent companies of Giant and Food Lion supermarket chains discuss a merger, a pairing that many consumers will likely find inconsequential.
Use these tips to make sure your repair service is legitimate.
Amazon.com is offering free same-day delivery service in some cities to its Prime loyalty club members.
Pairing Spotify and Starbucks makes sense in theory. Java and streaming tunes may seem to go hand in hand, but Starbucks has a way of dropping the beat.
Homebrewing, backyard chickens and repurposing are money-saving trends for the DIY and homesteading crowd.
Get the discounts you expected if you signed up for a cable plan or cellphone service under a special promotion.
It doesn't always pay to go for the lowest possible price. Find out where frugal shoppers make their biggest mistakes. That's not you, is it?
Has Citi got a deal for you? And it comes in the form of a pitch that's certain to grab eyeballs -- and maybe more than a few new credit card customers.
As you wait for 5G technology to arrive, follow these tips to maximize data while minimizing your cellphone bill.
LEDs cut your spending on electricity by 75 percent to 80 percent. Here's how to choose them to cast the right light for every room.
From helping keep tabs on a trip budget to researching prices, the benefits of involving kids in summer vacation planning are worth their weight in gold.
A federal judge has certified a class-action lawsuit that accuses J.C. Penney of marking up retail prices on apparel and accessories to trick shoppers.