Do you believe these 7 money-saving myths? They may be costing you money.
If you’re a Costco member, you probably know a thing or two about saving a buck. But there are ways to cut costs even further at the ubiquitous warehouse club, with its nearly 700 locations worldwide. Part of the strategy is knowing where and when to find the deepest deals. Consumer Reports lists the best Costco products large and small, including condiments, detergents, mattresses, and more.
If you’re looking for the absolute best gas prices, here are 5 apps that can save you money at the pump. But each has pros and cons.
You can find deep discounts on apparel, electronics, holiday items and more at the after-Christmas sales.
Proposed requirements from the Food and Drug Administration could end up letting you see calorie counts for most things you eat outside the home — from vending machines to chain restaurants, movie theater popcorn to pre-made sandwiches at the grocery store. The rules are meant to show Americans how many calories are packed into our favorite foods, as we consume a third of our total calories outside the home.
If you’re unhappy with your cell phone service now might be a unique time to either renegotiate your contract or move to a new carrier.
A federal tax credit applies to nearly every electric car and plug-in hybrid on the market and it can, in some cases, effectively reduce your cost for such a model to that of an ordinary gasoline vehicle (or even less). To find out more, check here.
New parents should be warned: It could cost nearly a quarter of a million dollars to raise your child — and that’s not even including the cost of college.
The first step when it comes to identity theft is admitting you have a problem. Knowing your ID IQ is a good place to start.