Everybody is stressed about their retirement, which is just adding additional stress to more immediate concerns.
State sales tax holidays not only sacrifice revenue for little return, but they target consumers who'd buy regardless of the sales tax.
It isn't the number of resorts or visitors that makes a beach vacation destination expensive: It's the cost of importing relatively simple items like sunscreen.
A college freshman can use lessons about credit and student loans down the line, but learning to budget and not spend on redundant dorm furniture reaps immediate rewards.
Back-to-school sales have already begun, but the best deals don't show up until well after the first day of classes.
Raising your homeowners insurance deductible will save you money in the short term, but it's a more lucrative proposition in some states than others.
They're young and they're willing to pay in cash, but their desire for lower down payments echoes some of the worst aspects of the housing crisis.
August's back-to-school sales aren't just for parents and kids anymore, especially with seasonal apparel and furniture seeing deep price cuts.
If you're a parent in a state that doesn't regulate car insurance rates and has either too many drivers or rural roads, your premiums could double.
When you adjust for inflation, only one summer movie released in the past 20 years makes the cut. It's been a steady decline over the past 41 years.
Reselling craft beer is illegal, but that doesn't stop beer geeks across the country for paying huge sums for rare vintages.
The SUV has graduated from all-purpose family vehicle to a luxury brand's must-have. There are some surprising names adding liftgates to their luxurious rides.
Volkswagen and the U.S. government are hammering out a plan to reimburse drivers for diesel vehicles with faulty emissions, but the drama has already depreciated their value.
With the average car on the road more than 11 years old, many families will need a new one for the next school year without breaking their budget.
From a perch in the batter's eye just above the Wrigley Field ivy to a suite at AT&T Park decked out like Candlestick, great premium baseball seats abound.