WTOP Saves You Money
WTOP saves you money by helping you find the cheapest weekends to fly.
Grocery stores are great for convenience, but shoppers can save big bucks buying many items elsewhere.
Two cupcake shops are giving away cupcakes and a new pizza shop also has free food.
Items taking up space in your house -- everything from your broken espresso machine to your grandparents old furniture -- could be worth a little cash.
The last thing you want to find out when you go on vacation is that the room you booked didn't get booked. There are ways to assure your room will be there for you.
It's a new year and time to take stock of your finances and get your fiscal house in order.
WTOP's Bob Kur
STELLA Service tested the largest 25 online retailers to find out which company issued refunds the quickest and with the fewest hassles.
As 2011 draws to a close, you may be able to use a few tax tips.
Crooks are getting gift cards before they've been loaded with money. Here are some tips to avoid getting scammed.
Dulles International Airport, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport are included in Skype's plan.
Procrastination isn't always a bad idea when it comes to Christmas shopping, in fact, it can save you some money and sanity.
If you spend big bucks on furniture, you likely don't want it falling apart in six months.
Some dentist drills might as well sing and dance to entertain patients, considering the different prices offices can charge for the same work.
The credits of up to $500 are set to expire at the end of the year, and it's uncertain if Congress will renew them for 2012.
The deadlines for placing orders online and having them arrive on time with standard shipping costs are fast approaching.
Consumer Reports set out recently in search of the truth about outlet shopping. Is it really worth the trip and the crowds?
Rethinking some things you do all the time could save you about $1,500 a year.
Apps help keep track of receipts, prices and even bathrooms at the mall.
Free is always good, right? But how do you know if it's really a good deal?