When it comes to saving for college, there are lots of options to study. Here are the basics of what you need to know.
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If you’re on a contract with one of the big carriers, you could easily be wasting hundreds of dollars every year.
This week: How to stop living paycheck to paycheck, how to get a free cremation, what you can learn about money by working at a bank, how your past affects your future, and how frugal people waste money.
When you’re past your prime, finding work can be frustrating. But you can reinvent yourself. I know because I’ve done it.
This week: Free software to speed up your computer, how to get anything you want, 12 habits that lead to wealth, how to save on holiday gifts, and bodily fluids you can sell for cash.
This week: How to improve your memory, how to organize your kitchen, how to properly use Craigslist, how to become invincible, and how to go through life without a credit card.
This week: How to make your own liqueurs, how to convince your partner to be frugal, the difference between “cheap” and “frugal,” why it doesn’t matter where your kids go to college, and celebrities with very expensive body parts.