Want to save a little cash? Shop for those chocolates after Valentine’s Day and don’t get caught up in restaurant hype.
Millions of high school seniors miss out on free tuition money each year because they, or their families, simply don’t apply for it.
For most Americans, paying taxes with a credit card isn’t wise, simply because of the math. Here’s how the numbers break down.
The higher your credit card balance, the more you are giving the credit card company. Here are tips for bringing down your interest rate. Top on the list is being polite.
It’s easy to say you want to save, but it’s another thing to take action on it. Here are some simple switches to save money.
Car insurance companies make a lot of claims that’ll supposedly save money, but can you really believe what they say?
The beginning of a new year is the best time to reflect on your previous year and make smart, attainable tax moves so you are better prepared when it comes time to file your taxes.
Couponing and deals still rank supreme in the frugal shopping sphere, but it still pays to think about spending less in other ways.
If you want to have more money in savings, January is the right time to make a fresh start.
Customers of Verizon and Sprint may have a couple bucks coming their way — and only a few hours left to claim it.
WTOP has compiled a list of free events and offers to send off 2015 and ring in 2016.
Here are 10 items you’ll often find on sale the week between Christmas and New Year’s.
If you want to put yourself on a path to build wealth throughout the year, consider changing your financial habits.
Dec. 18 is Free Shipping Day. See the complete list of over 1,000 retailers offering to deliver your online purchases, gratis, by Christmas Eve.
A nine-month investigation by Washington Consumers’ Checkbook found it can be difficult to determine “real” prices for washers, dryers, dishwashers and refrigerators.