Whether it's your eating habits, daily caffeine fix, entertainment budget or spending style, there are undoubtedly ways you can save day to day that'll add up annually.
Even with savings of more than $1 per gallon, only 3% of drivers are turning around to buy new stuff. Most, in fact, are paying off debt.
Gasoline credit cards have an 'optics' problem with consumer advocates — and consumers: They aren't typically good deals.
You may be surprised by which states are at this list's top and bottom, but not by the factors that decide it, including cost of living and health care quality.
It's spring, and 57% of homeowners plan to spend on home improvement – while more than a third don't have enough equity to finance it comfortably.
Women can make a point of saving instead of consuming and capitalizing on a 401(k) match, but they might also consider a move into real estate.
Open a checking account at the right time and banks needing new customers will throw swag at you, including cash or airline miles.
Americans still seem to be scratching their heads over their credit scores, and that ignorance can be dangerous.
Deductions, loopholes, deferrals and retirement tax breaks, among other things, can keep cash in your pockets during tax time.
Reading the fine print on college financial aid letters can save consumers big money.