WASHINGTON — A new year may mean a new budget — and one publication is highlighting some of the things not worth your hard-earned money. Marketwatch.com’s list of 10 things not to buy in 2015 includes…
There are times it\’s OK for parents to lie to their kids, and
when conversations deal with money, it\’s just fine to fib, says Marketwatch\’s
While it may be convenient, some things shouldn\’t be shipped in the mail.
How expensive is it to rent an apartment in the District? Well, one D.C. neighborhood has made a list of the most expensive in the country.
If you\’re selling your home, you can expect buyers to have a home inspection conducted before they close on your house. And it\’s stressful for the seller especially if you have no idea what the inspector might find.
When it comes to online shopping, Amazon is king. But for some items, shopping at the e-commerce site can cost you money.
A new study concludes Facebook and other social media sites are playing a significant role in divorce rates and marital satisfaction. But is Facebook causing divorce or divorce causing people to use Facebook?
Computer security experts are encouraging users to take several steps quickly, to ensure their machines haven\’t been infected by two hacker networks.
Saving money sometimes can be as easy as asking for a better deal. Check out some tips from Marketwatch.com about how to negotiate a better bargain on your cable bill.
The newest made-for-TV kitchen gadget is here. The \”Perfect Bacon Bowl\” creates an edible shell out of strips of bacon.
Stores get sneaky to get your money — so you better get sneaky right back.
From store decorations to door buster deals, the nation\’s retailers are getting a big head start on Black Friday.
Thousands of Americans, already frustrated over the flawed roll-out of Obamacare, are receiving letters that their policies are being canceled.
The Washington Nationals may be middling around .500 when it comes to wins and losses, but the team is near the top of another list.
In 2013, travelers can plan to pay more for airfare
and hotels, but there are still some travel deals
to take advantage of before summer comes.