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Take advantage of offseason prices to travel cheap on your next winter getaway.
Money invested in maintaining and upgrading your home generally comes back to you, at least in part. According to the 2017 Cost vs. Value Report from Remodeling magazine, homeowners can expect an average of 64.3 cents on the dollar in resale value gains for every dollar spent.
If you (or your kids) are trying to decide whether to keep on renting or to buy a home, you need to carefully weigh the costs and benefits of each option to make a smart, informed decision. Many factors go into calculating the value of renting vs buying – it’s not just a simple comparison of the cost of rent and the cost of a mortgage payment. There are less obvious factors, along with intangible benefits and drawbacks of each option to take into account.
Sticking to a budget doesn't mean you have to stop spending money. In fact, creating a solid budget can help you figure out how you can spend more comfortably.
Celebrating Valentine’s Day is estimated to cost a whopping $580.98 per couple this year. But, it doesn’t have to. Read our wallet-saving tips.
Buying a new or used vehicle is a major financial decision. Not only do you need to think through the upfront cost of the vehicle, but also everyday driving and maintenance expenses throughout ownership.
Know about the options and personal factors that influence your auto insurance costs so you can be sure you're getting the best deal on insurance for your car.