Now is a great time to get away on vacation; smaller crowds and lower prices are just two good reasons. In Monday night's It's Your Money report, Greg Jeschke looks at the top five fall travel destinationsMore >>
In this economic climate, we're all buckling down and trying to avoid hiring outside help for our household fixes. But sometimes you need a pro for those jobs you can't or don't want to do yourself. Finding the right person at the right price, in this It's Your Money report.More >>
A recent poll of female shoppers found that 68% were willing to switch brands of their over the counter medications to save money, but only 29% would change their dog food. But just because you want to give your pets the best doesn't mean you have to spend a lot.
MADISON (WKOW)--As the recession, or at least its effects, lingers, more people are looking for ways to cut back. One way is something we learned as children: sharing. Click the red camera icon to learnMore >>
Imagine trying to get your money from a 401k plan, only to find out it's there, but you can't touch it! It's another effect of the recession. In this It's Your Money report, what can you do to protect yourself.More >>
Do you find yourself in that awkward situation where you're introduced to someone and five minutes later you've forgotten her name? The problem might be that there's a lot more information to commit to memory these days. We have some strategies and tips to improve your memory, in this It's Your Money Report. More >>
Americans are starting to buy homes again. June was the third straight month new home sales have increased. In this It's Your Money report, how the landscape has changed when it comes to buying a home.More >>
The last thing any of us needs in this economy are late fees. But if you're living paycheck to paycheck, sometimes they're unavoidable. In this It's Your Money report, some strategies that can minimize or even eliminate late fees.More >>
As more people take their lunch to work or school instead of eating out, there's been a run on containers that keep food hot or cold. We put those containers to the test in this It's Your Money report.
Pet owners know that regular visits to the veternarian can be critical to your animal's health. In this It's Your Money report, options for pet owners faced with the tough decision of how to spend less on pet care.
Even though General Motors chose a future without a Janesville plant, Wiscsonsin residents still have a vested interest, since the "New GM" announced Friday is made possible by your federal tax money.More >>
Credit card debt and budgeting are two big obstacles for many American families right now. In the second installment of our Project Money reports, we take a closer look at how a couple of local families are tackling those two obstacles, head-on.More >>
A recent survey found coupon usage has increased by 39% in the last three years. Now, scam artists are taking full advantage of that fact. In this It's Your Money report, how to make sure the coupon you find is legitimate, so you don't end up with more than you bargained for. More >>
It's always interesting to know what certain experts use at home, like tools for a mechanic. Or kitchen gear for the Good Housekeeping researchers. Some of their favorites, in this It's Your Money report.More >>
If these tight economic times have you putting your summer vacation plans on hold, you're not alone. But before you give up on a getaway, you'll want to check out tonight's it's your money report: experts tell us, you can score good deals, if you know the right strategies.More >>
The days of stopping at a gas station to ask directions are over. Today's portable gps systems are available at all prices and are full of features like live traffic reports and Bluetooth for cell phones. In this It's Your Money report, finding the GPS that fits into your budget and lifestyle. More >>
You never think it's going to happen to you, but in these tough economic times, no one's immune to getting laid off from his or her job. If you've been employed for 5, 10 or more years, looking for a new job can be very intimidating, not to mention a foreign experience. But in tonight's It's Your Money report, advice on how to navigate un-chartered territory.More >>
In a surprising move after Russia flexed its military might in the Crimean Peninsula, Ukraine's new leadership has reached out to oligarchs for help - appointing them as governors in eastern regions where...More >>
In a surprising move after Russia flexed its military might in the Crimean Peninsula, Ukraine's new leadership has reached out to oligarchs for help - appointing them as governors in eastern regions where loyalties to...More >>
Obama indicated he will include in his 2015 budget proposal in March plans to limit how much Americans can put in tax-deferred retirement plans. More >>
Obama indicated he will include in his 2015 budget proposal in March plans to limit how much Americans can put in tax-deferred retirement plans including their company-administered 401(k)s and Individual Retirement Accounts. The limits come at a time when firms such as Fidelity say Americans are already underfunded when it comes to retirement.More >>
You may want to consider an outside money manager this year.More >>
Do you know if you will have enough money in retirement? And is your current portfolio performing up to expectations? These are two important questions to ask yourself, and if you don't know right now, you may want to consider an outside money manager this year.More >>
Despite the threat of owing thousands of dollars to the U.S. government, millions of Americans continue to fall behind on their taxes.More >>
In 2009, a spokesperson for the U.S. Internal Revenue Service estimated that 8.2 million Americans owed over $83 billion in back taxes, penalties and interest (approximately $10,000 per person). Despite the threat of owing thousands of dollars to the U.S. government, millions of Americans continue to fall behind on their taxes.More >>
For the financial victims of Bernard Madoff's historic Ponzi scheme, the feelings of frustration and anguish just grow.More >>
For the financial victims of Bernard Madoff's historic Ponzi scheme, the feelings of frustration and anguish just grow. Sadly, a situation where ripped-off investors are left to feel victimized is the rule and not the exception.More >>
Current tax laws offer several tax breaks that can help make second-home ownership more affordable.More >>
Many homeowners look forward to purchasing a second home that can be used for vacations, rental income, investment purposes or as a primary residence during retirement. Current tax laws offer several tax breaks that can help make second-home ownership more affordable.More >>
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