8 Ways to Save on Holiday Shopping — Right Now
8 Ways to Save on Holiday Shopping — Right Now

on September 24, 2013

There’s no time like the present to get a jump on the holiday shopping season. Here’s what you can do now to save.

7 Myths About Secured Credit Cards
7 Myths About Secured Credit Cards

on September 13, 2013

Secured credit cards aren’t the same as debit cards or prepaid cards. And they’re not just for people with bad credit.

Upcycle Your Beverages: 20 Uses for Coffee, Tea, Soda and Beer
Upcycle Your Beverages: 20 Uses for Coffee, Tea, Soda and Beer

on September 4, 2013

No one wants to drink flat Coke or day-old coffee. But consider these household uses for them before you pour leftovers down the sink.

10 Ways to Say No to Your Kids, and Why You Shouldn’t Feel Bad When You Do
10 Ways to Say No to Your Kids, and Why You Shouldn’t Feel Bad When You Do

on August 30, 2013

“Mommy, can I get it? C’mon, mommy!” Here are some simple tips to keep your kids at bay, along with some inspiration on why it’s a good idea.

Are You a Lousy Tenant? 7 Ways It Can Cost You
Are You a Lousy Tenant? 7 Ways It Can Cost You

on August 23, 2013

Now that your rent payment history may affect your credit score, your rental history matters more than ever before.

College Students: Here’s Your Guide to Discounts on Electronics and More
College Students: Here’s Your Guide to Discounts on Electronics and More

on August 21, 2013

College costs a bundle, but at least your student ID will entitle you to discounts on laptops, food, cellphone plans and lots of other stuff.

5 Things I’ll Pay More For (and 4 Things I Won’t)
5 Things I’ll Pay More For (and 4 Things I Won’t)

on August 15, 2013

When are you willing to spend more to get better quality? Paper towels and shoes are on my list.

10 Tips to Live Within Your Means — Painlessly
10 Tips to Live Within Your Means — Painlessly

on August 9, 2013

Got more month than money or know someone who does? Here are some tips to make it work, without feeling deprived in the process.

5 Signs You’re Not Saving the Right Way
5 Signs You’re Not Saving the Right Way

on August 9, 2013

Do you recognize yourself in any of these 5 examples? If you do, you’re missing out on opportunities to build wealth.

Does Your Dog Need Expensive Pet Food?
Does Your Dog Need Expensive Pet Food?

on August 2, 2013

If you’re buying “premium” dog food, you might be wasting money. Here’s how to figure out if the low-cost dog food at the big-box store contains the nutrients your dog needs.

Money Advice From 6 Financial Greats
Money Advice From 6 Financial Greats

on July 29, 2013

Looking for a little inspiration? Check out what some of the wisest financial minds have had to say about money and life.

The 10 Best Ways to Save on Your Royal Baby
The 10 Best Ways to Save on Your Royal Baby

on July 18, 2013

The royal family may not need these tips to frugally bring up their baby, but they’ll come in handy for your little prince or princess.

Don’t Pay to Find Lost Money
Don’t Pay to Find Lost Money

on July 17, 2013

In one recent year, people claimed $2.25 billion they hadn’t realized was owed to them. Unclaimed money is easy to find once you know where to look.

17 Ways to Slash Your Water Bill
17 Ways to Slash Your Water Bill

on July 16, 2013

Water bills are likely to increase across the U.S. in coming years, in some places by a lot. Now’s the time to develop water-saving habits to reduce future costs.

7 Ways to Save at Bed and Breakfasts
7 Ways to Save at Bed and Breakfasts

on July 10, 2013

If you’re in need of a mini-vacation to relax and recharge, a bed and breakfast might be the ticket. Here’s how to make it more affordable.

Why Women Are More Likely to Retire Poor Than Men (And What They Can Do About It)
Why Women Are More Likely to Retire Poor Than Men (And What They Can Do About It)

on June 28, 2013

Women face special challenges when it comes to saving for retirement. Take these steps to make sure your funds don’t fall short of your goals.

What Same-Sex Marriage Means for Your Money
What Same-Sex Marriage Means for Your Money

on June 27, 2013

The federal rules that provide a multitude of benefits to married couples will soon be extended to same-sex marriages. Here’s what to expect.

Why You Should Buy a House Now
Why You Should Buy a House Now

on June 26, 2013

The housing market is on the upswing in many parts of the country and, for many prospective homeowners, now is a great time to buy. Are you ready?

6 Ways to Build a Digital Library on the Cheap
6 Ways to Build a Digital Library on the Cheap

on June 20, 2013

Once you break down and buy an e-reader, you’ll be hooked and buying lots of e-books. Here’s how to find them cheap or free.

Investing in People: How Crowd Funding Works
Investing in People: How Crowd Funding Works

on June 19, 2013

Thanks to crowd funding, you can invest in entrepreneurs or help struggling artists. Here’s what you need to know.

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