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Every week, mortgage rates seem to slip lower, but knowing the right time to take the plunge can be tricky.
Fluctuating online prices are jerking around some shoppers this holiday season, but one website is taking the guess work out of determining when to click "buy."
Experts say cash, earned or unconditional, without a discussion doesn't create financial literacy - and that's a problem.
Some retailers now require minimum purchases for free shipping, but not all of them.
Cyber Monday and Black Friday are widely known, but there's a big sale in the D.C. area many haven't heard of that happens twice a month on Thursdays.
Shoppers can save extra money as retailers go head-to-head on pricing
D.C. offers an app aimed at making the Public Service Commission more transparent. In Maryland, there's a website that lets you comparison shop for electric suppliers.
Read this before you set out for Black Friday shopping.
Gift cards are growing in popularity and provide more protections than cash and some are even mobile.
WTOP's Pain in the Gas Survey shows prices of all grades fell by 6 cents since last week.
The economic recovery may be slow, but 401K balances are at a 12-year high. The average account balance has jumped to nearly $76,000.
Some of the busiest travel days of the year surround the Thanksgiving holiday. And passengers still looking to purchase plane tickets will likely find full flights and high prices.
WTOP's Pain in the Gas Survey shows that prices are down again, but still higher than last year.
Gas prices dropped 4 cents this week, but are 18 cents higher than a year ago, the WTOP Pain in the Gas Survey finds.
Parkmobile users listen up: You're about to be charged more.
Drivers are getting some relief at the pump in the D.C. region.
Maryland residents can now visit the National Aquarium in Baltimore for less in the morning.
If you find you are constantly throwing out what's in the refrigerator, here are some ideas to rein in what you are wasting.
According to WTOP's Pain in the Gas Survey, the price for a regular gallon of gas slid 3 cents in the last week to $3.78.