Would you pay $19,000 for a coffee maker, or $11,999 for an 80-inch, custom-made television? Here is a roundup of seven of the most expensive household items, plus their much cheaper competitors.
Even after retiring, people can still set up a Roth IRA and leave it for their children. Financial adviser Johanna Fox Turner explains what people need to do when it comes to Roth IRAs.
Consumers may want to reconsider the back-to-school bundle deals on Apple products. Apple is expected to refresh its line of iPhones and iPads soon, which may make the Apple bundles less valuable in the long run.
In honor of San Diego Comic Con 2014, here is a breakdown of what comic books and video games are on sale, plus where to find the deals. For example, Marvel Digital Comics has a deal on the first Guardians of the Galaxy comic book.
The Amazon Fire Phone will be launching soon, and Amazon released its first Fire Phone TV commercial. But the commercial highlights that Amazon wants people to care more about Amazon Prime than the Amazon Fire Phone, writes Louis Ramirez.
College in the US can be expensive, but there are ways to make college cheaper. For example, look into colleges that offer free tuition in exchange for working on campus, or considering living off-campus with parents if the college is close by.
For retirement saving, the line between what people need to have for income versus what people want to have as income has blurred. Here is how to separate how much money absolutely needed for retirement versus how much money you would like to have – and why it's important.
As the back-to-school shopping begins, consumers can find deals on laptops for college. If you're looking for an Apple computer, for instance, you can find the best laptop deals at Apple resellers.
Electric kitchen appliances can be smart purchases for your home – if they are high enough quality. Two chefs break down what brands are the best investments for cooking.
In a recent survey, 55 percent of Americans said they fear not having enough money to last through their retirement. To squash fears, Jonathan DeYoe suggest adopting a countercultural approach when it comes to spending.
Crowdfunding websites raised more than $5 billion in 2013. That said, there are some complications with crowdfunding that businesses should consider.
People with substantial income outside of Social Security may have to pay federal income taxes on their benefits. Lou Jeffries writes how to figure out how much you have to pay when you have Social Security.
For a summer getaway, travelers can find deals on cruises to places all over the world. For example, save $2,500 on a week-long cruise for two to Alaska by August 1.
Saving money in your 30s and 40s can be quite different than managing your money when you are in your 20s. For example, people should be seriously considering whether or not they will purchase a home and save for a down payment.
There are patterns for when retailers release coupons. For example, many retailers release coupons on the first day of every month, or near holidays.
Financial advisers stress that there are several money lessons everyone in their 20s should know. For example, start saving at least 10 percent of your monthly income.