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Ways to share travel expenses

Traveling isn't cheap. But now, thanks to some ingenious new Web sites, travelers can split expenses while making friends along the way. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports how these sites might change the way you explore the world.

By Nov. 14, 2013


Manage housemate expenses with Conmigo for Android

Use this easy-to-navigate app to get a little help managing money spent and owed among multiple people.

By May. 1, 2012


Kim DotCom to get monthly living expenses of $48,000

New Zealand court rules that the MegaUpload founder and alleged pirate will see more monthly cash and also be allowed the use of one of his cars.

By Mar. 22, 2012


Track expenses (or anything else) in Google Docs using Gmail

After creating a spreadsheet in Google Docs, you can create a form that you can then access from your Gmail inbox, even on your phone.

By Aug. 31, 2012


Lowered expenses help Yahoo beat Q3 expectations

Spinning off assets like HotJobs helped Yahoo eke out a profit once again this quarter, though things are still a yawn as the company remains beset by takeover rumors.

By Oct. 19, 2010


Mint now lets you write in expenses ahead of time

Manually entering transactions was the top-most requested item by its users, according to Mint. Now those users have gotten their wish.

By Apr. 12, 2010


Deduct your driving expenses with BizMileTracker

BizMileTracker collects your car trip data so you can later deduct the expenses from your taxes. It beats keeping an odometer log in the car.

By Jan. 4, 2007


Scred: Look after shared expenses, pounds take care of themselves

Scred is a new service that tracks shared expenses between groups of friends, taking the maths and the headache out of splitting a bill, a meal, a holiday, a visit to a strip club... we've said too much

By Feb. 12, 2009


Angel investor Ron Conway to portfolio: Cut expenses now

The story is the same as in 2000 and 2001: raise money by cutting costs.

By Oct. 8, 2008


TVs, DVD recorders and hi-fis MPs can buy on expenses

If you're short of money, why not become an MP? You'll get a massive salary and virtually all of your consumer electronics will be totally free

By Mar. 14, 2008