If you can't quite afford the new iPhone 6 models, the iPhone 5 can be had for a song. The best bargain ever on iPhone 5, plus deals on Nike sneakers, noise-canceling headphones, and more.
Car repairs don't have to get expensive, unless you ignore small warning signs until they become big problems. Here are eight minor car repairs that warrant your immediate attention, because the alternative is to pay big bucks in the near future.
If you are looking to pick up a washer and dryer for your own home, the array of options can be dizzying for a first time buyer. But picking out a new washer and dryer doesn't have to be a complicated choice: we'll walk you through what is and isn't important to try to help you make the best buying decision.
States like Alaska, Florida, Oregon and Washington, D.C. could make a combined $3 billion in marijuana tax revenue if they legalize the drug on Nov. 4. Colorado, the first state to allow the sale of recreational marijuana, is expected to take in $60 million to $70 million this year in taxes from legal pot sales,
Size matters for some purchases (including the recently-launched iPhone 6 Plus), but there are a few products where you're actually better off 'skimping' and getting the smaller, less expensive option. Read on for tips for downsizing your shopping.
Alibaba is set for a record-breaking IPO this week. But in addition to being a hot property on its own, Alibaba has been bankrolling some businesses you may know well.
Women continue to grow stronger and stronger financially, but men are generally still expected to pay for everything from first dates to monthly bills, according to a new study. The findings coincide with studies that show a strong gender gap in financial literacy in the US.
The iPhone 6 Plus, or 'iPhapblet,' might cost $100 more than the iPhone 6, but a Dealnews survey shows that it's more popular with shoppers.
There are several financial topics that remain undiscussed in public circles, even in an age where privacy seems a thing of the past. Here are the top 10 things about finances households don’t often share.
You've decided to upgrade to the iPhone 6, and of course you want to get the best price possible. Well, you're in luck: the iPhone 6 is garnering deals like no iPhone before.
Apple's mobile payment platform Apple Pay could be the real game changer in the retail world to emerge from Apple's big product launch. It could benefit consumers like you with savings, speed, and security — if Apple can succeed where many others have failed.
Bitcoin is unique (and legal) because it is a digital currency and, thus, never minted. So even if bitcoin itself doesn't last, don’t be surprised if the theory behind it eventually ends up being the groundwork for a larger international digital currency.
With the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus release this week, older iPhone 5s and 5c models have dropped to $99 and $0, respectively. If all you want is an iPhone for cheap, then that $0 price tag on the 5c probably seems appealing. But whatever you do, do not fall for it.
Apple Pay technology will remove from purchase transactions the traditional card features, like magnetic strips and security codes, that can make consumers vulnerable to fraud. Additionally, A consumer that loses a phone can use Apple’s Find My iPhone service to avoid having to cancel cards stored on the handset.
There is no question that we need to improve financial literacy in America. But the problem isn't necessarily a lack of available resources. Rather, there is a 'knowing-doing' gap in financial literacy. In other words, knowing what to do — and doing what we know we should do — are two entirely different things.
The iPhone got its biggest redesign in years Tuesday with Apple unveiling the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. Major tech upgrades for the new iPhone will make for faster performance, better gaming, and easier mobile payment, to name a few.
The US Postal Service will slash shipping rates by up to 58 percent for some e-commerce business shipments. This could be a boon for customers, but it could also backfire on the USPS, as increased volume going into the holidays could cause major delays.