If you’ve taken a trip to the supermarket lately, you may have been hit with a higher grocery bill at checkout. Here are some tips to save money the next time you shop.
Their average pay is $9.06 a week, according to the study of 30,000 kids by an allowance- and chore-tracking app. They earn that money the same way their parents probably did — but what they spend it on is a different story.
There’s no shortage of areas in which you could likely save money, but consider these five products and services.
Ditch bad money habits and consider ways to improve your financial health. Here are some ideas.
“There’s a huge fear of folks my age that they’re going to run out of money and they’re going to need to rely on the government for help.”
When you’re shopping for a car and know exactly what you want, you may have to pick up the phone to get the best price, according to a local consumers’ group.
You can save loads of money by taking an inventory of your expenses and eliminating unneeded items. Chances are you can eliminate these seven expenses — without feeling the pinch.
In the spirit of the new year, do something good for you and your wallet. You’d be surprised by where most of your money goes or how simple, easy tips can help you stock up a savings. These five tips are every day ways to cut down on the amount you spend weekly, monthly and yearly on food, entertainment and travel.
Not taking advantage of this one thing a lot of employers offer can mean missing out on tens of thousands of dollars over time. Millennials are the worst offenders.
“Except for IRA and health savings account contributions, any opportunity a taxpayer has for reducing their tax liability closes on Dec. 31, 2016,” says Gil Charney, director at The Tax Institute at H&R Block.
If you need help getting into the savings spirit, one or more of these six apps may help.
Ally Bank hid 10 special pennies around the District to drum up interest in saving. Finding one could make you richer, but far more than a single cent.
If you know which apps to download and how to use them, you can save enough to cover your monthly mobile plan — and then some.
Planning for your financial future while living a full and rich life is a juggling act. These 10 tips will have you taking a critical look at how you think about money and how you spend it.
While cutting back expenses is one way to build savings, it’s not the only way. Here are five other tips, including one where you reward yourself.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.