MainStreet gives you a cheat sheet of our favorites designers and boutiques. Plus, which celebrities are the most eco-fashionable.
The bad news is that gas prices keep going up. The good news is that you can easily save on gas without resorting to rationing.
Want to wow them in the kitchen without spending a fortune? Let Top Chef contestant Nikki Cascone be your gastronomic guide. Her tips will help you go gourmet without breaking the bank.
For some stars, like Kermit the Frog, "it is not easy being green." For others, it is just a matter of opening up their checkbook.
Aside from the stomach-turning side effects of chasing down a bottle of Budweiser (BUD) with two shots of tequila, you can easily lose track of spending at the bars. Want to still be the life of the party? Here are some sobering tips from financial reporter Farnoosh Torabi, author of You're So Money:
Are members of your family moving back under the same roof again? Here are some rules for returning home.
It's only natural. A slowdown in production at companies can result in layoffs and restructuring. People fret about their jobs and worry that it will be much more difficult to find new employment if they are let go. These are understandable concerns. But for contrarians and bargain hunters, recessions provide a world of opportunities. Here are seven ways that a recession can actually benefit your personal finances:
“Preparing for a recession is much like preparing for a heart attack...You don't want to wait until you feel chest pains to take action."
Here are 10 great ways to build your garden with plants that don't cost a dime.
Going gray can certainly pay.