February may be the shortest month of the year, but it's certainly not lacking in savings. You might not score as big of a discount as you would prefer on a Valentine's Day gift, but this month you'll find deals on several necessities like winter coats and tax software. We've sorted through our archives of sales, coupons, and daily deals to find out what the best and worst things are to buy in February.
Last week, PayPal announced a plan to expand its mobile wallet service to an estimated 2 million stores by year's end. But what are the consumer incentives behind leaving that easy-to-use credit card at home and instead reaching for a PayPal card instead?
We hear you're a safe driver, but you're probably paying too much for car insurance. But that may soon change, as the industry is dipping its toe into the water of pay-as-you-drive insurance, also known as usage-based insurance. So what's it all about?
It's so easy to overspend during the holiday season if you aren't careful; constantly making purchases throughout the month can add up. But nobody wants to kick off the new year with a load of debt! Be wise about your shopping habits this year by keeping in mind a few of these tips to avoid overspending.
Two years ago, the rules for credit cards changed dramatically. Now a new study shows that while things have gotten better for consumers, the best changes have come from a specific type of card that offers lower interest rates and fewer fees. Consumer advocate Mitch Lipka explains.
Saving up for a big ticket item? In order to help, we've dug up
accounts that automatically deposit money into your savings when
you do everyday things like use your debit card or pay your bills
online. So whether you're saving for a short-term goal, like a new
computer, or just looking to fatten your emergency funds, these
methods are a fool-proof way for the lazy person to save money,