1 Good Thing: Single Dad Adopts All 5 Siblings to Keep Them Together

Here's your positive and uplifting news for the day about a man, who spent years in the foster care system when he was and rarely saw his eight siblings, becoming a foster parent himself and choosing to adopt a family of five young siblings so they could stay together.

Whether you own your home or rent it, there are costs of living we all end up paying — loans, utility bills, furnishings, and more. While keeping up the home can be costly, it doesn't have to drain your wallet! Certain costs you may think you can't avoid you actually can, and should, according to "Shark Tank" investor Barbara Corcoran and consumer reporter Heather Herzog. Here are five money traps that any home owner or renter should never fall into.

Overpaying for Appliances

Whether it's a fridge or washing machine you need, there are several ways to pay less for them. Herzog says to avoid buying the latest model.

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