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Buy the right life insurance plan now to avoid scrambling to find coverage later.
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Catch a flight to Hawaii this fall without emptying your wallet.
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Treat yourself to a free night with one of these hotel rewards credit cards.
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Who says a dollar doesn’t go far? You can rent an RV for as little as a buck a day – and even get free gas.
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We've picked the best deals for home delivery of groceries given three scenarios.
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This pressure cooker has an online fan club and claims to cook food 70% faster than other methods.
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Switching from pricey cable subscriptions to free streaming services can save you money without limiting what you can watch.
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Edit, store and share documents for free with low-cost cloud storage.
Save money back-to-school shopping in 17 states with sales tax holidays this summer.
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There's no minimum to invest. Just sign up, link your bank account and enjoy the savings.
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Fill your wardrobe with luxury clothes without emptying your wallet.
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Visit two cities for the price of one with a free stopover.
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An expert shares her tips for buying electronics on a budget.
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You’ll find the biggest savings on older models, but you can save about 30% on current-generation items.
These 17 states offer sales tax breaks on everything from clothing and back-to-school supplies to hunting gear this summer.
Factors such as cost, convenience, and broader selection are luring more four-eyed consumers online.
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Now that Amazon Prime costs $119 a year, you might be re-thinking your membership. Here's a step-by-step guide to canceling Prime.
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