Road trip drivers have vastly different needs, which is why everything from a two-seater convertible to a minivan makes this list.
Financial advisors nearing retirement have overlooked Generation X in favor of older, wealthier clients. As Gen X reaches peak income, however, that's an increasingly dumb move.
A will is the least you can do to make sure your estate passes to your loved ones after you die, but almost half of American parents don't have one.
Uncle Sam generally wants a quarter of your lottery, casino, sweepstakes or even keno winnings over a certain amount. But there are ways to reduce the hurt.
Driving without a license or not buckling up won't cost you all that much, but the difference between careless and reckless driving could triple your rates.
The cost of your summer vacation can pay for free flights, hotel rooms and checked bags if you're carrying the right credit card.
Roughly 30% of Millennials still live with mom and dad, which is stifling demand for roughly 3 million homes but improving young Americans' financial outlook.
Convertible cars and utility vehicles are still a frivolous luxury, but there are a whole bunch available for $30,000 or less.
Mother's Day isn't immune to the same demand that make Valentine's Day an overpriced hassle. You'd be well-served by steering clear of the traditional.
The Affordable Care Act will require calorie and nutrition labeling on menus starting in December. To the surprise of restaurants, brewers and wineries, alcohol isn't exempt.