When it comes to saving for retirement, your own brain could be working against you.
Think Freddy Krueger is scary? Try freelance writing clients who never pay on time.
What are annuities, and how can they work for your retirement plan? Here, we break down the basic types of annuities so you can decide which -- if any -- fit in your own financial roadmap.
Your dentist may have recommended you buy an electric toothbrush. But with handles starting at $30 and the constant need for expensive replacement brush heads, do you really need to make the investment?
On the surface, running is certainly one of the cheapest forms of exercise. There’s no gym membership, no contract, no heavy equipment required.
But running shoes can be expensive! With sport sneakers ranging from $30 to $300, what do you have to spend to get a decent pair?
You spend about a third of your life asleep -- so a good mattress is a good investment.
Buying one in person can be CRAZY expensive... but are those online mattress companies legit?
Thinking of taking your freelance business to the next level? Here are some things to consider before you make the big jump.
When you drive 2,500 miles in five days, which I recently did as part of an epic summer road trip, you get really familiar with fueling stations.
So why, exactly, are some of them selling ethanol-free gas -- and is it worth the upcharge?
Curious about how to become a freelance writer? This successful freelancer shares a step-by-step guide to making a living writing.
When it comes to your wallet, not all pets are created equally. From fancy diets to vet bills, different types of animals command different price tags. And those costs can add up significantly over the course of their lifetimes.
So we crunched the numbers on several of the most popular companions to see which will work best for your family’s budget.
I walked through the 3,500-year-old Lion Gate at Mycenae, the ancient stomping grounds of Agamemnon. At the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, I discovered Homer's wealth of golden treasures. I ate lamb chops swimming in fresh olive oil and oregano, and wandered through the meat market as the hawkers goaded and squawked.
I spent three glorious weeks in Athens, Greece -- and spent only $2,000 USD. Here's how.