If you need help preparing your taxes this year, the time to call a pro is now. Starting early can help you catch deductions you might have missed in the past.
Tackling a do-it-yourself project may seem like a great idea at the time and it could potentially save you money. However, Consumer Editor Susan Koeppen found out how you could end up spending more money and needing more time on your project than you expected.
When it comes to decorating for the holidays we often get stuck in a rut.
The holidays are here and that means more time in the kitchen and more guests in your home.
Little updates like changing the grout color or refinishing the tub can provide major aesthetic improvements for significantly less money.
The busy holiday cooking season is officially upon us. Are your appliances ready to work overtime?
The relationship between doctor and patient is one of the most important aspects of your healthcare. However, sometimes you need to cut the ties and move on. When and how do you change doctors?
Do your holiday plans include hitting the road and traveling? If so, you’ll want to make sure your car’s brakes are ready to make the trip.
You’ve shopped around for a new car, you’ve made your decision and you write that hefty down payment check. The one lingering question many car buyers have left is – Should I get one of those extended warranties?
The fall season is upon us and it’s the perfect time to make sure your home is ready for winter. Angie’s List offers some tips on how to keep your home in tip-top shape and save energy costs, too.
Most people probably don’t think much about their garage door – until it won’t open.
Most people know that they’re supposed to tip a waitress, but what about contractors or people doing house repairs?
How much would you pay to save your pet? According to estimates by the American Pet Products Association, Americans will spend more than $13 billion on general and specialty care this year.
When you are in the midst of a home improvement project, a delay can be costly. But there are ways to avoid project delays with your contractor.
A common problem for homeowners is uneven heating and cooling. Your basement is cold and the bedrooms are hot. So, what’s the solution?