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Slow your roll, car lovers. Before you hit the gas pedal in earnest, make sure you offer your vehicle some tender loving care this spring.
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When paying taxes, smaller is better — whether it's paying less taxes or using apps to help manage the filing experience.
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The prepaid card industry is trying to change its toxic image, and one study finds that generally fees really have declined in the past year.
Wedding couples can craft their budgets and cut spending — but not quality — on the big day.