Recent estimates say it costs upwards of a quarter of a million dollars to raise a child to adulthood, and it seems many people have taken those numbers to heart: a new survey indicates the American birthrate is at is lowest point since 1987.
Can you imagine a libation that costs $ 7,839? I couldn't either, but apparently a high roller ordered two of them at The Playboy Club in London recently. And then the unthinkable happened. Hit read more for the story.
When Elle Zober found out that her husband of 10 years had been cheating on her with a much younger woman, she decided there was no reconciling. And she took the divorce public when she put their Beaverton, Oregon home on the market.
As we brace ourselves for yet another round of temperatures in the upper 90s in Flint, you're probably spending a lot more time inside. But how cool do you keep your home when it heats up outside? Where you set your thermostat can have a significant impact on your wallet.
If you listen to the news or read polls, you're most likely a little confused. Most polls are national and don't really reflect the true nature of things locally. So I figured we could do our own people poll. Are you game? It's easy to take and requires no special skills and one other thing, it's fr…
"But wait, there's more!" That's the catchphrase that infomercial pioneer, marketing mastermind Barry Becher carved into American vocabulary. Best known for promoting Ginsu Knives, the kitchen tool that could cut tomatoes and two by fours, Becher passed away from compli…
It’s been said that money is the root of all evil. That’s debatable but there is no doubt that it can lead to some pretty uncomfortable situations. CouponCabin.com asked 2,415 adults to list their most awkward money moments.
If you've been travelling for your summer vacation already, you've probably noticed a positive trend. The price of gasoline has been steadily going down. Crude oil prices have been declining for the better part of 8 months, and the price of unleaded gas has followed.
8 months ago, the price of a barrel of crude oil was selling on the commodities market for around $140. Today, the price of that same barrel of oil is just a little above $81. So why are prices at the pump not falling in proportion to the price of oil?