Beauty products can be expensive. A $30 moisturizer, here, a new lipstick there. Add in some mascara and before you know it-- you've dropped a hundred bucks. Don't worry, a new Richmond based beauty company has found a way to help you curb the urge to splurge.
It's not a fun topic-- but it's a necessary one these days. Divorce not only takes an emotional toll on people, it's financially traumatic. We have a savings guide for those navigating the world of separation.
Did you spend too much over the holidays? Are you dreading going shopping again? But what if you could get paid for your time at the store? Secret Shopper programs are real, but, scammers are using the opportunity to take your money.
Now's a good time to start tackling any holiday debt you've maybe accumulated. One good way to do that is to free up as much cash as you can to throw at the debt. Here are some fun money challenges to help you save.
'Tis the season for package thieves and delivery drivers in a hurry. Ring cameras captured a porch pirate targeting multiple homes near the Fan while another camera appears to show a driver did not take very good care of a recent delivery.
It's time to clear out some space in the garage for all those new holiday gifts headed your way. Right? How about making some extra cash while you do it with the help of a new Richmond-based company called The Shed.
It may be one of the best gifts to ever get under the Christmas tree-- a little four legged friend. But the Better Business Bureau of Central Virginia says this is the time of year to watch out for puppy scams.
Social media already plays a big role in your high schooler's life, but did you know it's also starting to playing in part in how Gen Z looks at finances? Here are the apps your young adults may really enjoy.
Teaching your children about money-- could be one of the most important lessons a parent can provide. Especially in a world where millions carry debt each year for mortgages, student loans and credit cards.
Nearly $30,000 dollars! That's the average amount of debt carried by members of the class of 2018. And a new survey says, those headed to college don't really understand how much student debt they'll be taking on.