Budgets are back in vogue, serving as a way to avoid financial disaster.
As Americans prune their expenses because of the relentless recession, the family vacation is taking a hit.
Many restaurants have conducted extensive consumer research to determine the magic price that will get customers through their doors.
Does paying your bills and making a budget bore you? It doesn't have to.
Knowing where you stand is the first step in taking control of your finances.
The first step to building a strong financial foundation? Make a budget and stick to it.
These simple steps will help you boost your income and put more money in the bank.
In a sour economy, you can pad your budget by cutting out cable, trips to restaurants and vacations. But you can't cut out food.
Budgeting and smart spending tips from Consumer Reports readers and staff.
You can reduce your pet costs to less than $200 a year.