Unfortunately, financial literacy in the United States is not widespread. Most high school students fail a personal finance exam and college students score just 62 percent.
You can save water and energy, help the environment and keep money in your pocket with a few simple changes to use water more efficiently.
You don't have to be an extreme couponer to save money.
Store lighting plays a role in how long meat retains the bright red color that shoppers favor. After price, consumers consider color when buying meat.
The condition of a home has a direct connection with the health of its occupants.
These tips can help until the professionals arrive.
Sorting through the meaning of food date labels.
Bringing home the bacon this year requires more cash. Short supplies of cattle and hogs are pushing prices upward at the sale barn and the supermarket.
Small changes can mean big savings at the supermarket. Before you leave home, shop your cupboards, refrigerator and freezer. Watch the video.
The chaos of life can make it hard to keep up with important papers and records. Investing a little time to create a tracking system can save time and money down the road.
Unless you live in a bubble, it is hard to totally prevent identity theft.
Run, hide or fight.
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