WTOP Saves You Money
Janet Bodnar, editor of Kiplinger Personal Finance
The latest WTOP Pain in the Gas survey shows the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline is $3.49, 5 cents higher than it was last week.
If you don't like clipping coupons or waiting for sales, there's another tool you can use to get a deal on just about anything, and you were born with it: your voice.
Many older Americans aren't taking advantage of their right to a free credit report every year, and it may be hurting their ability to get new credit cards or loans.
The latest WTOP Pain in the Gas survey shows the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline is $3.44, the same as it was last week.
Flash sale sites bring luxury goods to the masses, with sales that last a few short days, or even hours.
A new report looks at fees and ranks 20 popular cards.
Newsflash: Kids can visit the Newseum for free this summer.
Consumer Reports finds some ideas promoted to save gas don't do much when it comes to fuel economy.
Coupon-clippers, take note.
If you are planning a trip this summer and it involves taking small children, we have some info for you.
The problem with Father's Day is there isn't an easy, go-to gift that'll express in one small gesture how much your Old Man means to you.
Scott Mayerowitz, Associated Press correspondent who covers the airline industry
There's not much question that hybrid vehicles get better mileage, but when do these more expensive cars offset the cost of rising gas prices?
Whether looking for Father's Day or graduation gifts or trying to get away, shoppers can get some great deals this month.
Kimberly Palmer, alpha consumer blogger for U.S. News & World Report
WTOP's Michelle Basch reports.
Grocery stores are least crowded on Wednesdays, according to Reader's Digest, and there is more elbow room for shopping any day of the week between 9 p.m. and 8 a.m.
Find out which medium-sized grills Consumer Reports recommends.
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