Easy Ways to Save Money Every Day
Tips and tricks for cutting down your everyday expenses, from getting a cheaper cup of coffee to snagging hotel discounts.
Cut Your Food Costs
How to Avoid a Costly Restaurant Bill
Experts reveal the sneaky strategies restaurants use to get you to spend more money.
Live well, spend less: How to cut back on daily expenses, from morning (your latte) ’til night (your bedtime reading).
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Get better deals when shopping, dining, decorating, entertaining, and more.
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The average American household spends more than $50,000 a year, mostly on basics like food, health care, and clothing. Use these real-life tips to trim $5,000 (or more) from that number.
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Get your caffeine fix for less with these money-saving secrets from an anonymous barista.
It can be difficult to remember what items you can and can’t bring onto airplanes. Make packing for your flight a breeze by following this guide based on the Transportation Security Administration’s rules and regulations.
- Small tools. Certain tools, such as screwdrivers, wrenches, and pliers, are permitted, as long as they are seven inches or less in length. All other tools should be securely wrapped (if sharp) and packed in checked baggage.
- Nonflammable liquids, gels, and aerosols. Nearly all liquids, gels, and aerosols, including but not limited to food, drinks, and personal-care items, must be in 3.4-ounce or smaller containers and placed in a single quart-size clear zippered plastic bag. Exceptions include medically necessary liquids, such as insulin and baby formula.
- Lighters and matches. Passengers may carry on common lighters and one pack of safety matches. No matches, including safety matches, are permitted in checked baggage.
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