Use the dollars you're saving at the pump these days to drive your investments rather than your car. It really adds up!
The price of oil keeps on dropping — and that's good, right? Mostly, but there are some negatives, too, even if you don't work in the oil patch.
Before you drive off in the first shiny set of wheels that catches your eye, stop to think — are you making these naive money mistakes?
Turns out cheap gas isn't so cheap after all.
The U.S. economy did pretty well in 2015, and the trend is set to continue. Here's what we think the economy will do in 2016.
Ready to ditch your gas-guzzling days? Here's how to find a hybrid or electric car for super cheap.
Spring and summer bring fairer weather, but they aren't always as pleasant for your bank account. Keep your budget on ice when the temperatures rise.
Gas is up nearly 30 cents from a month ago, so fill up on information about how that rebound could affect your bank account.
Electric cars are an alternative to environmentally unfriendly gas guzzlers, but are they worth the higher upfront cost?
Make 2011 your year of less stress by deconstructing these common worries.
Every December for the last five years Money Talks News has hooked up with David Wyss, the chief economist for giant research firm Standard & Poors. We sit him down in a studio and
Several months ago, I wrote an article asking what you would do when gas prices skyrocketed. Now, the price of gasoline is in freefall. It’s already dipped below $2/gallon in some
A story recently appearing in the Atlanta Journal Constitution told of a growing trend in the metro Atlanta area - people running out of gas. This is probably to be expected consi
There have been several great articles written by my fellow Wisebread writers on gas efficient driving , slowing down and hypermiling . I think the sign of a good blog is that we
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We've been talking a lot about gas prices recently. That's no surprise considering we're paying almost three times more for gas than we were six years ago. [more]
When I moved to America in the spring of 2001, I was paying around $1.40/gallon. Not so long ago, the price of mid-grade was double that, although now I'm paying around $2.20/gallon for my fuel. [more]
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