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The extension of the tax cuts signed into law recently by President Obama include a few money-savings for voters.
Sometimes you can get a better deal at the grocery store during a weekly special.
New mobile apps make the car-buying process easier by placing cost-saving information at your fingertips.
Knowing a few things could save you hundreds in plumbing expenses.
Tired of paying $10 or more just to see a movie for an hour and a half? There's almost no need to pay full price at the cinema.
The fast-growing phenomenon of group coupons has spawned an interesting imitator: environmentally-friendly daily deals.
Diesel cars may cost more than gasoline-powered vehicles. But in the long term, they may recoup some of that sticker shock.
Higher education is so expensive, even the textbooks cost hundreds of dollars apiece. To get savings, there's an app for that.
Now that free checking accounts are getting fewer and farther between, prepaid debit cards may be the lesser of two evils.
Keeping your house warm in winter doesn't necessarily mean having to buy brand-new doors and windows.