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Looking for brighter, more optimistic skies in 2013? Some high-priced items will become cheaper in the new year.
There is more to ringing in the New Year than champagne toasts and resolutions. Jan. 1 marks the official start of tax season.
Many stores carry deferred-interest credit cards but customers should carefully read the fine print or they could be paying big interest rates.
Need cash and need it fast? Reader's Digest has five tips to get you there.
Those tired of paying a big cable or satellite TV bill are starting to consider cutting the cord or ditching the dish for over-the-air and Internet TV instead.
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Christmas Day is one week away, but don't worry if you're not done shopping for gifts.
Uber users should look closely at their tabs, especially during the holiday season.
They are cards long-forgotten in the bottom of the sock drawer, or bought from a store where you never shop. But they are not worthless and you can still get something out of them.
Automakers anxious to move inventory are offering cash-back rebates, super financing discounts and special lease deals.
Some countertop appliances cost more to operate than to buy, says the founder of a Bethesda lab that offers an independent analysis of those costs.
SmartMoney.com reports that for $99 a month and $49 a class students can earn an online education. The site calls it "the college version of an unlimited data plan."
Every week, mortgage rates seem to slip lower, but knowing the right time to take the plunge can be tricky.
Fluctuating online prices are jerking around some shoppers this holiday season, but one website is taking the guess work out of determining when to click "buy."
Experts say cash, earned or unconditional, without a discussion doesn't create financial literacy - and that's a problem.
Some retailers now require minimum purchases for free shipping, but not all of them.
Cyber Monday and Black Friday are widely known, but there's a big sale in the D.C. area many haven't heard of that happens twice a month on Thursdays.
Shoppers can save extra money as retailers go head-to-head on pricing
D.C. offers an app aimed at making the Public Service Commission more transparent. In Maryland, there's a website that lets you comparison shop for electric suppliers.
Read this before you set out for Black Friday shopping.