An insurance company's definition of a pre-existing condition may differ from yours or their competitors, so it pays to shop around.
Millennials have had to deal with shaky employment and mounting student loan debt, but even putting a little aside for their financial future goes a long way.
While it's good to root around for those receipts from Goodwill and the Salvation Army, the car accident you were in last year might be deductible, too.
Fuel economy is improving for some vehicle types, but it still needs to trickle down to SUV, pickups, minivans and other categories.
The fallout from Home Depot and Target's loss of customer data are bringing chip-and-PIN cards closer, but consumers need to catch up as well.
Credit cards laden with team logos tend to come with a lot of game-day perks, but it's their rising APR that should make fans leery.
A combination of Dish Network's Sling TV streaming package and an antenna will get you the majority of NCAA tournament games, but may not satisfy everyone's cable craving.
Average mileage is on the rise, but hulking gas guzzlers still find their way onto U.S. roads. Contrary to popular belief, they aren't all playthings for the rich.
With families' needs changing and values diverging, subcompacts and hybrids are just as likely to shuttle kids to school as minivans and crossover SUVs.
Only a handful of airlines still offer a real discount to passengers who've had a death in the family. Last-minute fares can be less expensive than that 'deal.'