by U.S. News Aug 26th 2014 6:00AM
Sometimes, all you have to do to get a late fee waived is call the credit card issuer and ask. Here's how one expert made his late fees disappear.
Vacationers are finding it harder to anticipate the true cost of their stay, as hotels seek to boost revenues by charging for items you might not even use.
Sprint unveils a calling plan that gives subscribers access to unlimited data for $60 a month, the industry's cheapest unlimited data offering.
Popular retirement spending strategies include the 4 percent rule, annuities, required minimum distributions and living only on dividends and interest.
Verizon has been named the top provider of mobile Internet, a survey shows. But consumers still tethered to wireline service aren't quite so pleased.
An estate sale is an easy way to clean out a house and make some cash, but the process takes more time, effort and emotional energy than you might think.
My family's experience with identity theft taught me that the scammers have added some clever low-tech techniques to their arsenals. Here's what to watch out for.
Target will extend shopping hours at more than half of its 1,800 stores, as it gears up for the holiday shopping season and seeks to snag more shoppers.