WTOP Saves You Money
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A gallon of gas is still 37 cents higher than a year ago.
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WTOP's Pain in the Gas Survey finds gas prices are down across the board in the area.
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Dollar stores have become all the rage in recent years, and the products available have grown to include anything from napkins to clothes. But are they always worth it?
Gas prices usually drop in the weeks after Labor Day but not this year.
Everyone knows that coupon clipping or finding deals on a smartphone can save cash at the grocery store but talking to the right people at the store could also save a bundle.
Gas prices are the same this week as last, but still 26 cents a gallon higher than a year ago.
Gas didn't go up in the last week. The WTOP Pain in the Gas Survey shows the regional average for regular unleaded gas remained at $3.90 a gallon.
As summer draws to a close, companies are lowering prices to make room for new product versions or to get rid of seasonal items.
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Gas prices are up yet again. After holding steady for the past week, WTOP's Pain in the Gas survey shows prices are up across the board.
A series of destructive storms that hit the Washington region over the last 15 years has raised the price of homeowners insurance for everyone, whether their homes had damage or not.
Labor Day weekend is the time to buy clothes.
It's back to school time for college students and chances are, they have already been hit by a few credit card offers. But students need to be wary of another popular card that comes with heavy fees -- prepaid debit cards.