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The cost of groceries can take a bite out of shoppers' budgets, but Consumer Reports has some tips to combat rising food prices and other costs at stores.
When it comes to online shopping, Amazon is king. But for some items, shopping at the e-commerce site can cost you money.
Mark your calendar, Virginia and Maryland's annual back-to-school tax holidays are around the corner.
Are you traveling this summer? Keep in mind scammers may try to prey on you during your hotel stay in creative ways, according to Consumer Reports.
Check out this coffee calculator to figure out just how much you could save by making that half-caf latte at home.
Programmable thermostats are getting easier to use and syncing them with smartphones is revolutionizing the concept of climate control. Consumer Reports lists the best thermostats to buy.
The cost for four years of college in 18 years could reach nearly $800,000. Tips and advice on when to start saving and how to go about paying for college.
Get the most from your travel cash: 5 money saving tips for exchanging foreign currencies
Consumers can save big on used electronics, furniture, children's play items and evening wedding dresses, according to Kiplinger's Finance.
If you're looking to save a few bucks, consider looking a little closer at your car insurance policies. You may qualify for more discounts than you think.
Save some money this summer by getting the most bang for your buck with July purchases. Here are some things to buy and not buy during the month.
3 free mobile apps that offer last-minute deals for quick jaunts to destination cities
With summer in full swing, for some tourists it might be a natural decision to rent a car for their travels. But the decision to purchase complementary rental car insurance is a little trickier.
No one is immune to emergencies, which can often be costly -- and a new survey shows that more than a quarter of Americans have no emergency savings in the bank.
Pepco and Dominion Virginia Power are offering ways for you to conserve energy during this hot stretch.
Wal-Mart to expand online savings tool nationwide, extends to general merchandise, produce
Flying first class may be a better deal for travelers this summers. Airlines are offering discounts plus the wider, more specious seats offer more perks without added fees.
Washington Consumers' Checkbook.org investigated how to get the best price for quality workmanship when replacing a roof.
CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg says think outside of the box when it comes to destination and means of transportation.
Food shopping can eat more of the budget than some people realize, but there are sneaky ways to save.
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