Tag: saving money

April is financial literacy month, and what a better way to celebrate than starting a savings plan.

No matter your stage of life, it’s important to have savings: Whether it’s for a special purchase, a college education, your first home,...

No matter your stage of life, it’s important to have savings: Whether it’s for a special purchase, a college education, your first home, retirement, or an emergency fund.

But just how do you get started and stay on course? Here are a few...

Who doesn’t like a bargain? I know I do. And anytime I go to the beach on vacation, I head for the outlet malls. One-stop shopping for everything from clothes, shoes and handbags to housewares and home furnishings to luggage and more, with labels...

Hitting the highway on a road trip this spring? If you’re traveling on a budget, here are a few tips to help you save gas money.

Do some spring cleaning in your car and take out stuff you won’t need on your trip. Extra weight in the trunk can...

This video shows how keeping a budget helps someone pay all his bills.

This video shows how someone compares the costs when choosing a place open savings and checking accounts.

The most romantic day of the year is almost here. And while you’re daydreaming about the great chemistry between you and your Valentine, you also might think about whether you’re a financially compatible couple.

So how can you tell if you’...

Use less gas. Save money. Help the environment. Just by adding a little pill to your fuel tank? Not likely.

Green Foot Global has agreed to settle charges that it made false, misleading, or unsubstantiated claims that its fuel additive “...

Do you teach people about everyday financial issues? The FTC has free resources on all sorts of money matters that you can download, print, share, and post.

You can order free bookmarks to put in your bank, credit union, neighborhood...

If you teach people about everyday financial issues, like saving and shopping, credit and debt, buying a home or car, or looking for a job or paying for school, the FTC is your information destination. Consumer information from the FTC is free...

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