42 Percent Of Americans At Risk Of Retiring Broke, Survey FindsAccording to personal finance website GoBankingRates.com, 42 percent of Americans polled said they have less than $10,000 saved for their eventual retirement.
Prescription Prices Keep Rising But Apps May Help Cut CostsThe price of prescription drugs continues to rise, but some websites are promising major savings.
New For 2014: The Best Apps For Holiday Shopping DealsUse your smartphone to truly maximize your holiday shopping. From coupon finders to shopping lists, these apps have everything you need to get the best savings.
'2 Broke Girls' Guide To Living On A Budget"2 Broke Girls" returns for its fifth season, and the girls have a few tips on how to live just like them.
Apps Serve As ‘Lock’ For Credit, Debit CardsEveryday thousands of credit and debit card numbers are stolen but now there’s something simple you can do to “lock” thieves out of your accounts.
5 Tax-Deductible Items You May Have MissedWho doesn't want to save a little (or a lot of) extra money at tax time? Claiming all the deductions for which you are eligible can significantly reduce your tax bill.
Low Or No Cost Health Care Options For People With Low IncomesSeveral health coverage and care options are now available for individuals and families in lower income brackets.
Missing Shutter Numbers Shut Down DiscountsMissing numbers on hurricane shutters are costing some South Florida homeowners thousands of dollars when it comes to paying for their property insurance.
What To Do With Your Tax RefundMost tax filers are getting a refund after they file their 2012 return. With the average refund running about $3,000, a lot of people will be thinking about what to do with the extra cash.
The Money Test: Are You Saving Enough?How good are you with your money? Do you spend everything you make or save for a rainy day?
Social Media Consumer Savings A Growing TrendA new trend in saving money has people looking at social media for savings. People are hoping on group saving sites and buying coupons for more than just a cheap meal at a new restaurant.
Hialeah: Drive a City Car, And You'll PayIt's a pretty sweet deal linked to thousands of South Florida government jobs. Not only do taxpayers pay for a car for employees to do their jobs, but the let those workers take the car home, meaning taxpayers subsidize their commute. In Hialeah, those days are over, by mayoral decree.