It's important to be meticulous while finding the right person for you.
Because a slick sales pitch can make a bargain disappear fast.
Over 17 million Americans were victims of identity theft in 2015 alone.
Many women develop personal relationships with the professional waxers, dry cleaners, locksmiths, cleaning ladies, masseuses, tailors, piano tuners, carpet shampooers, shoe repairmen, and other technicians that keep them functioning on a daily basis. But what do you do when those relationships sour?
Does the type of car you drive really influence how likely you are to get a speeding ticket? Perhaps, but there are definitely some other predictors you should be aware of.
Learn how to make the process of returning not-quite-you gifts painless with these universally true tips for making exchanges.
When you're self-employed, doing your own taxes is another way to make sure that the money out doesn't outweigh the money coming in.
There's one effect of smoking that everyone can feel immediately, and that's the direct cost: not just what it costs the country or health insurance companies, but rather smoking's very real--and very hefty--impact on people's pocketbooks.
Tipping is a sign of appreciation for good service, but different situations come with different expectations. Learn the right amount to tip for any occasion.
Separate bank accounts can be a great way to maintain emotional and physical independence.
Make sure your returns are less of a headache and more of a financial advantage.
Heading off to college or living on your own comes with a lot of firsts: your first apartment (or dorm room), your first part-time job, your first credit card. Ah, the credit card, that little piece of plastic that symbolizes your departure from adolescence and your flight to adulthood. Let's make sure it's a safe takeoff, shall we?