Buying a Vehicle for You and Your Family

Michael Kelly

2016 was a record year for car buying in the United States. Americans bought 17.55 million cars and trucks, a slight increase over 2015. An improving economy, low gas prices and easy credit are helping this auto industry boom. If you're considering buying a car for yourself and... Continue


Ignore the Latte Factor and Other Time-Wasting Money Advice

Emily Guy Birken

Let's say you need to cut back on your spending. You turn to money-saving gurus to get some advice on making your money stretch further. All the personal finance experts seem to agree on what you need to do — cut back on little expenses here and there, so that you can save... Continue


Face it. Every facet of your life is becoming influenced by technology and increased connectivity. Your health is no exception. There is no reason you can't use this to your benefit. The following devices can help you become healthier, more active,... Continue


More than 30 percent of Americans are perpetually sleep-deprived, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Sleep deficiency contributes to a wide range of potential health and safety problems. As we age, it's important to develop and... Continue