Deduct Your Dry Cleaning! The 10 Most Overlooked Tax Deductions

Are you certain you've found every single tax deduction you could possibly make? You'll be surprised at the crazy things you're able to write off. If you haven't yet filed your taxes, take a look at these 10 overlooked deductions you might be able to claim.

Rumors: Will the Next Mass Effect Game Get Political?

Are you tired of reading rumors about the latest technology? Sick of hearing insane hearsay about Mass Effect: Andromeda, Call of Duty, vacuum cars, and more? Well, neither are we! That's why we put all the latest speculations from the Internet into one place, the Rumor Roundup!

The 5 Best April Fools' Day Pranks From Big Brands

We've taken a look back at some of the best April Fools' Day pranks ever pulled by big brands and brazen businesses, from the BBC's spaghetti tree to Burger King's Left-Handed Whopper.

With Much Less Content, Is Netflix Still Worth It?

There's 32% fewer titles available on Netflix now than there were in 2014, and subscription fees are about to go up. But the company hopes excellent original content will keep you hooked.

Everything You Know About Millennials is Wrong: 5 Money Myths About Gen Y

Bashing millennials makes for interesting press, but this generation isn't entitled, irresponsible, or indebted. Well, not as much as you've heard, anyway. Our DealNews survey shows a generation doing their best to minimize debt, increase savings, and spend wisely, after coming of age during the Great Recession.

How to Cut the Cable Cord: 6 Steps to Stream TV and Save Money

With the price of cable television continuing to rise at a rate four times that of inflation, perhaps you're considering cutting the cord altogether. The good news is that there is probably no better time to do so. We sort through the options for streaming devices and services.

Do You Have the Right Gear for Summer Cycling?

Peak cycling season could have you dripping sweat, getting sunburned, and developing sores if you're not careful. The proper gear for summer cycling will help keep you comfortable and safe.

If Apple Removes the Audio Jack From the iPhone 7, What Will Happen to Headphone Prices?

Rumors are still circulating that the iPhone 7 won't include a standard audio jack. It's a move that will surely make waves in the headphone world, and affect the pricing of audio accessories. But by how much?

How to Choose the Best Motor Oil for Your Car

Changing your oil is an easy way to maintain your car, but the options can be overwhelming. What's the difference between regular and synthetic, and what do all those numbers on the label mean? We cut through the confusion of buying motor oil.

Your Trip to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter Might Cost More Than You Thought

If you've been anticipating a trip to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood, we hope you've already purchased your ticket. Just ahead of the new section of the park opening, Universal raised ticket prices by 20% without notice.

Rumors: Is This the Nintendo NX Controller?

Are you tired of reading rumors about the latest technology? Sick of hearing insane hearsay about Apple, Robot Cars, Nintendo controllers, and more? Well, neither are we! That's why we put all the latest speculations from the Internet into one place, the Rumor Roundup!

These Employers Will Help Pay Off Your Student Loans

Graduating with student loan debt has become an all too familiar part of the college experience. The good news is some employers are recognizing that fresh graduates might need some extra help paying their debts down.

10 Sneaky Ways Retailers Fool You Into Spending More

Each day, stores use strategic displays, clever psychology, and our own senses to convince us to put more in our carts and rack up a bigger bill at checkout. We look at how shops convince us to open our wallets, which might help us spend just a bit less.

8 Easy Budget Hacks to Use on Your Next Vacation

Going on vacation is usually a whirlwind of packing, searching for documents, and rushing to the airport. Avoid coming home to a pile of scary-looking letters from your credit card company by checking out these simple tips on how to stick to your budget on vacation.

Here's Why the Apple Watch Price Cut Isn't as Great as It Seems

Apple announced a $50 price cut on the Apple Watch at its event on Monday, but that drop doesn't beat the deals we've been seeing since December. Still, prices could go even lower in the months ahead.

Would You Let Someone Else Deal with Customer Service for You?

Most people don't look forward to customer service calls, chats, or emails. Fortunately, a new site called Service wants to do all the hard work for you. And best of all, it's free ... for now.

7 Things You Need to Know About the iPhone SE

Apple just announced the iPhone SE. Although the specs are familiar, this tiny smartphone holds one big surprise — its starting price.

When Will the 10" iPad Pro Go on Sale?

Today, Apple unveiled its new 9.7" iPad Pro, the second tablet in its Pro line. Looking at the older 13" iPad Pro and adjusting for differences, we predict where and when you can get the first deals on the new machine.

60% of Americans Are Concerned About the Election's Effect on Their Finances

According to a recent DealNews survey, six in 10 people in the U.S. are worried about how the election will affect the economy and their own personal finances. We look at how these worries cut across all ages and levels of financial stability.

Rumors: Will Luigi Headline Nintendo's Next-Gen Console's Game Line Up?

Are you tired of reading rumors about the latest technology? Sick of hearing insane hearsay about Apple, Luigi, Windows 10, and more? Well, neither are we! Hooray! That's why we put all the latest speculations from the Internet into one place, the Rumor Roundup!

Find the Best Home Security System for Your Money

You already take care to shop smart and hunt for the best deals — what about protecting what you bring home? From traditional systems to connected cameras you can monitor on your phone, homeowners have tons of affordable security options these days.

What Will Apple's New iPhone 5SE Cost?

The next Apple event is only days away, and one of the most anticipated announcements is that of the iPhone 5SE. Here's what we're expecting to see, including noted features and possible prices.

A Mathematician's 5 Tips for the Perfect March Madness Bracket

It's mostly the seeds. But how do you predict the occasional upset? A math professor and bracket expert tells us to look for tough win streaks while away — and to leave your irrational fan allegiances at the door.

Cut It Out! These 6 Cable Cord-Cutting Myths Just Won't Die

If headlines are to be believed, this past decade has seen a mass exodus of people leaving cable television behind for a streaming nirvana. But others think cord-cutting is full of complications and problems. Is either case true? To find out, we looked at some of the biggest myths surrounding the so-called cord-cutting movement.

Would You Pay With a Selfie?

Mobile payments have been around for a while now, but convenience and security concerns remain. MasterCard wants to use selfies to verify mobile purchases.

What Kind of Road Bicycle is Right for You?

Finding the perfect road bike depends on whether you want to commute, exercise, tour, or all of the above. We look at frames, tires, and where to get the best deals on road bicycles.

You Have Until April 18 to Claim Your Share of the IRS' $1 Billion

Right now the IRS is just waiting for about a million taxpayers to claim their 2012 tax refunds. Could part of that $1 billion be yours?

Tune In and Drop Cable With a Digital Antenna

Going without cable and streaming doesn't have to mean going without TV. A digital antenna will pick up many channels, and is affordable and easy to install. Here are the basic features to look for, and how to get the most out of your antenna.

Could Apple Use Liquidmetal In The iPhone 7?

Are you tired of reading rumors about the latest technology? Sick of hearing insane hearsay about Apple iPhones, video games, Fast and Furious movies, and more? Well, neither are we! That's why we put all the latest speculations from the Internet into one place, the Rumor Roundup!

6 Financial Mistakes Newly Single People Make

When your heart is broken, money is the last thing on your mind. Unfortunately, mistakes made due to grief or simply not adapting to new realities can make problems worse. Fortunately, some relatively simple adjustments to spending and financial records can go a long way.

Now You Can Get Breakfast at Taco Bell For Just $1

Taco Bell has unveiled ten breakfast items that will be available nationwide for just a buck. But two popular breakfast items had to be eliminated. Did your favorites make the cut?

Some Shoppers Claim That Amazon Has Accused Them of 'Prime Abuse'

Amazon Prime members are guaranteed a free 1-month Prime extension if their 2-day shipments are late. But our readers tell us the mega retailer is sometimes denying those claims. We looked at Amazon's seemingly confused policy, and what you can do about it.

Staples Rewards Members Just Lost a Major Perk

Most retailers require a minimum purchase before an order can bag free shipping. Staples was one of the holdouts, offering members of its rewards program unlimited free shipping on every order. Now, the policy has changed, and members are required to spend at least $14.99 before they qualify.

Which of These 5 Types of Lawn Mower Is Best for You?

From manual to gas-powered to self-propelled, buying the right lawn mower has a lot to do with your budget, your lawn, and the amount of maintenance you want.

Here's Why it's Important to Avoid Buying Game Keys From Sketchy Resellers

The tradeable nature of game keys makes them easy to distribute, and easy to exploit. We're taking a hard look at all the ways you can buy keys, from the aboveboard to the pretty unethical. Do you have to trade your morals away to get a great deal on a PC game? Nope! Read on to see why.

Customers Are NOT Pleased With the Amazon Free Shipping Increase

Amazon's minimum for free shipping for non-Prime members just increased to $49. We surveyed shoppers to see how the change would affect their shopping habits.

No Surprise: Millennials Will Spend the Most on St. Patrick's Day

Like all festive occasions, St. Patrick's Day invites us to part with a little dough. What does that add up to, besides 18 zillion choruses of "Danny Boy"? Here, we present five mind-blowing facts about St. Pat's spending worthy drinking a toast to as you whip out that clover-covered credit card.

Use This Service to Connect Apps and Save Money

If This Then That allows you to connect two websites or apps, making an action on the first cause a reaction on the other. And money-savers are using it to keep receipts, automate savings, and more.

Rumor Roundup: Does Calling the New iPhone 'Razor Thin' MEAN Anything?

Are you tired of reading rumors about the latest technology? Sick of hearing insane hearsay about Apple iPhones, Batman, Pokemon, and more? Well, neither are we! Hooray! That's why we put all the latest speculations from the Internet into one place, the Rumor Roundup!

Macy's Won't Accept Coupons on Clearance Items Anymore, But That Might Not Be a Bad Thing

Macy's is known for having a coupon policy that allows stacking and combining. Now, clearance items will no longer be eligible for coupons, but Macy's claims it will use deeper discounts on those items.

JCPenney Is Selling Merchandise for Just a Penny

After some difficulties in recent years, JCPenney thinks they've figured out a whole new way to appeal to modern shoppers. They're offering up items from their private brands for just a penny.

Hiking Gear on a Budget: 11 Trail Necessities

Whether a 1-mile ramble or a 10-mile trek, day hiking is even more pleasurable (or less likely to become unpleasurable) with a little preparation. These essentials will ensure that your load is light and your wallet isn't.

The Starbucks Rewards Program Is Changing and Some People Are NOT Happy About It

Starbucks has had a customer rewards program in place for years now, and once again they're getting ready to roll out some changes. Are you excited about the changes?

Did You Fall for These 9 Shopping Myths?

Can you actually save money on sales tax by shopping online? Does everyone actually rush to the store to purchase a new big-screen TV for the Super Bowl? Let's take a look at nine of the biggest shopping myths to separate fact from fiction.

How Much Should You Tip? A Guide to Tipping in 10 Common Situations

Many US workers rely on tips. With customs varying by locale and job, and asking outright considered impolite, tipping can be confusing. So we determined the tipping norms for 10 common situations.

Help Us Out: What Do You Think of Amazon's Free Shipping Price Hike?

Amazon announced last week that non-Prime shoppers will now have to spend at least $49 or more in a single order to get free shipping. (Book orders only need to reach a $25 minimum purchase.) Previously, the minimum for free shipping was $35.

We're curious to know: Will this change how you shop at Amazon? Are you more likely to subscribe to Prime or take your business elsewhere, or will you continue shopping as you have been? Take our survey and let us know what you think about the latest move from Amazon. Your input will help us with a future article!

Rumor Roundup: Siri Coming to Macs?

Are you tired of reading rumors about the latest technology? Sick of hearing insane hearsay about Apple, Facebook, Google, and more? Well, neither are we! That's why we put all the latest speculations from the Internet into one place, the Rumor Roundup!

Top 5 Affordable Destinations for Spring Break

Spring Break vacation is within your reach! If you think you've waited too long to book a trip away, think again. We've checked out some of the best deals on hotels and airfare at some of the most popular spots to get you pointed in the right direction.

Men's Wallet Buying Guide: What Can You Get for Your Money?

The options when buying a wallet are overwhelming. But many are very similar, which is good news: Knowing just a few basics can help you get the right wallet at the right price.

Thinking About Getting a Loan to Pay Off Your Credit Card? Try Doing THIS Instead

Personal loans seem to be all the rage, but that doesn't mean they're the best option for your debt situation. Here's how two financial experts advise their clients to pay off credit card debt.
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