A garden can be a great way to save money, providing your family with a bounty of delicious food. It can also be expensive, due to various startup costs. Follow these tips to make your first garden both a financial and culinary success.
The British pound's appreciation relative to a struggling euro means that inflation in the country is finally starting to decrease. Some economists are taking this as a sign the UK market may be turning a corner, as it signals an increase in consumer purchasing power.
Ford Escape recall involves certain 2013 models with a carpeting issue that could affect breaking. Owners with cars affected by the Ford Escape recall can have the problem repaired for free.
In the face of political pressure regarding the use of Chinese manufacturers for Olympic uniforms, the USOC capitulated. But perhaps the more important question is, why is it so much more expensive to manufacture clothing domestically.
Over the weekend President Obama said that small business success is a group effort. But some small business owners disagree, reminding the President that they are the ones who take the risk to launch the business, who do not get paid if something goes wrong.
Bill Bonner and the analysts over at The Daily Reckoning are feeling fairly vindicated this week. They have been investigating how the federal government may have rigged the system over the past 30 years, directing funds to help the rich get richer.
401(k) plans expense ratio offered through a reader's job is competitive, but not the best. What are his other options? Question 1 in this week's mailbag deals with how to get the most out of 401(k) plans.
When you're buying a new home, especially your first, you probably don't need as much house as you think. A smaller fit might be a better (and cheaper) one.
Women may still feel pressure from society to have it all, to take care of everything. But choosing and prioritizing will lend greater value to the things that make us happiest.
Unprecedented income inequality combined with unlimited campaign contributions means that now, more than ever, the democratic process is under the influence of a small number of very wealthy people. Here's how to stop it.
Ireland released its latest economic reports last week, and there's good news and bad news. On the one hand, Ireland's economy is no longer contracting; on the other, it isn't recovering at the same speed as some of its northern European neighbors.