Consignment shops, swap meets and re-sale websites can help cut
back-to-school shopping costs as many students start a new school year.
The cost of groceries can take a bite out of shoppers\’ budgets, but Consumer Reports has some tips to combat rising food prices and other costs at stores.
Consumers can save big on used electronics, furniture, children\’s play items and evening wedding dresses, according to Kiplinger\’s Finance.
Washington Consumers\’ Checkbook.org investigated how to get the best price for quality workmanship when replacing a roof.
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.
Cold temperatures have finally arrived in the D.C. area and that means higher energy bills. We\’ve got tips to make the most out of your furnace without emptying your wallet.
How much do your bad habits cost you?
Excited for Black Friday? Shoppers may not find the best deals this year.
Looking for a sweet back-to-school computer deal? There are a few to choose from.
Football fanatics who like to pinch their pennies better listen up. This could be the cheapest way to watch all the NFL games this year.
Firing up your barbecue grill costs money, but there are ways to save on those cooking costs.
There are lots of discounts for travelers who have the stomach to wait until the day of their stay to make reservations.
If you\’re on the market for a new TV, July is the perfect time to buy a high-quality set at a great price.
Here are some tips from Martha Stewart to keep the grocery bill from requiring a second mortgage.
A brood of 17-year cicadas is creating quite the buzz around here. And while the big-eyed bugs are no harm to you, your car is another story.