As the calendar ticks toward Dec. 31, here are some last-minute, year-end tips recommended by financial professionals.
It's a well-known secret: People re-gift. There's even a National Regifting Day, started by Regiftable.com (which was launched by Money Management International in 2006). But there is a proper way to regift.
If you have the will to reduce your spending and the earnest desire to
live debt free, this simple five-step plan will get you back on track.
Make sure your pre-retirement checklist has all the necessary components. Your home could be your greatest investment.
It´s so easy to overspend during the holiday season. You get caught up
in the joy of gift giving, but in order not to be in debt coming into
2013 you need to have a plan.
If you’re looking for a car, love snow. Used car prices tend to dip when the weather is cold, and deals are best in winter.
The average household already spends about $90 a month for cable. Nearly half of it pays for the sports
channels packaged into most services.
Flying for the holidays has gotten a bit more expensive this year.
In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, holders of safe-deposit boxes should
consider how safe the valuables they’ve got stowed away really are.
If you overestimated your health care spending and still have pre-tax
FSA funds remaining, here are some tips on what to do next.