As your children begin to earn money on their own, it has raised their standard of living, taught them valuable skills and increased their confidence. But it also has raised a crucial question back home: How do you divide what you pay for and what they pay for?
The weather may still stink, but at least Daylight Saving Time starts Sunday. Time to go out shopping or dining after work! Daylight saving time 2014 will begin at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 9, when you should set your clocks forward an hour. Time will fall back to standard time again on Sunday, November 2, when DST ends.
Think your cable bill is too high? There may be a way to get it lowered. MarketWatch has some hints on negotiating with your cable company.
What if the store where you shop has been hacked? Do you need to panic? Here’s what federal fraud specialists, consumer advocates and other experts say you should do.
the US Postal Service announced a price hike of 3 cents for a first-class stamp, bringing the charge to 49 cents. The new rate is effective Jan. 26. Forever stamps, good for first-class postage whatever the future rate, can still be purchased at the lower price. The new price of a postcard stamp, raised by a penny to 34 cents in November, also is effective next month.
The Holidays are the time of the year we open up our wallets — and hearts — to any number of causes, but scammers are waiting to take advantage of your goodwill.
Black Friday can become synonymous with impulse shopping but this video offers some easy ways to remember to keep your budget in check this holiday shopping season.
As much as you rely on Internet, the cost of having it in your home can be pricey. Fortunately, there are some little-known ways to get hooked up and surf the Internet for little or no money at all.