Now is not the time to retreat or panic, but rather, take advantage of the changes happening around you to secure your financial wealth!
Cash strapped consumers are saving bucks and raiding the racks at used clothing stores.
Some airlines charge for sodas, some take credit cards, on some you can save $5 by bringing a common household appliance. Learn exactly what should be in your wallet, based on which carrier you fly.
By reducing your carbon footprint, you can do a good turn for the environment -- and your wallet.
It's the little things that add up: toiletries, coffee, lunch and phantom electricity.
Paying bills late can really damage your credit history and credit score. But if you’re in a major bind and need to temporarily pick and choose, here’s what to take care of first, and what can wait.
Even fashionistas need to tighten their belts in a weak economy. Here are fall styles that will keep your look and your budget in tact.
"You CAN have a barbecue without spending all of your money on burgers [and other expensive meat]," explains Judith Fertig, author of "BBQ Bash: The Be-All, End-All Party Guide, from Barefoot to Black Tie." Check out her suggested recipes that are cost-cutting and crowd-pleasing.
Last week Department of Labor Stats and Consumer Price Index Stats confirmed that things are more expensive and most of us have less money to pay for those things.