Whether you’re in a bind or just want to stash extra cash, here are simple ideas to help you grow savings in a matter of days.
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These plants may also do everything from reducing the amount of dust in your home to boosting your happiness.
Learn how to marry in style — on a fraction of the budget — from British royal couples past and present.
We hear a lot about 529 plans, but do you understand how the college savings vehicles work? Watch this two-minute video to uncover the information you need to know.
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These cars get as much as 136 mpg — and most are affordable models from Chevrolet, Kia, Hyundai, Nissan and Toyota.
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A great vacation bargain offers wilderness wonders and international cuisine in this Central American nation’s capital.
Your trusty two-wheel ride can save and even make you money this summer.
Some popular apps excel at draining resources from Android mobile devices. Here’s what you can do about the problem.
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There are real advantages to buying a family plan (which can include friends). Here’s how to pick the best one for you.
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Science says these seven unusual tips will help you to summon some slumber.
A common feature in new cars is contributing to the deaths of drivers in their own homes. Fortunately, you can easily reduce your risk.
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Only an idiot — and a very rich one at that — would waste $200,000 on lunch, right? Wrong.
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