3 Reasons to Pay for a Dog Park – and 3 Reasons Not To
3 Reasons to Pay for a Dog Park – and 3 Reasons Not To
on August 10, 2012

Some dog parks charge a membership fee. Are they that much better than the free dog parks? Depends on what you’re looking for…

5 Simple Steps to Growing Your Own Food
5 Simple Steps to Growing Your Own Food
on August 9, 2012

You don’t need a green thumb or huge space to start your own garden. I figured out how to grow my own vegetables, and I live in a small apartment in a big city.

How Oil-Change Coupons Can Cost You Money
How Oil-Change Coupons Can Cost You Money
on August 8, 2012

That free oil-change coupon can cost you in repairs you don’t need. Here is how you can beat the mechanics at their own game.

How To Find Free Workers
How To Find Free Workers
on August 6, 2012

Is your business expanding? If you qualify, you can get reimbursed for salaries while you train new employees.

15 Ways to Keep Your Home Safe When You’re Gone
15 Ways to Keep Your Home Safe When You’re Gone
on August 1, 2012

Got a summer vacation planned? Keeping your house safe these days means more than turning on a lamp and locking the front door. From Facebook to smartphone apps, there are a lot of easy ways to protect your most valuable investment.

How to Get Windows 8 for $14.99
How to Get Windows 8 for $14.99
on July 31, 2012

Want to upgrade to Microsoft’s newest operating system when it comes out? Well you can, and for dirt cheap too.

Are Name-Brand Batteries Better Than Generics?
Are Name-Brand Batteries Better Than Generics?
on July 30, 2012

It’s easy to compare generic aspirin to name-brand – the ingredients are on the box. But what about batteries? Here’s some information you’ll get a charge out of.

7 Ways an Employment Center Can Get You a Job
7 Ways an Employment Center Can Get You a Job
on July 18, 2012

If you’re unemployed, new rules require in-person visits to re-employment centers in order to continue receiving benefits. But that may not be a bad thing.

25 Simple Ways to Save an Extra $1,000
25 Simple Ways to Save an Extra $1,000
on July 16, 2012

How are you doing on your New Year’s resolution to save more money? If the answer is “not so great,” don’t worry – there’s still plenty of time to turn it around. Here are 25 tips that, used collectively, can easily make you a thousand dollars richer by the end of the year.

Are Hidden Fees Stealing Your Retirement?
Are Hidden Fees Stealing Your Retirement?
on July 13, 2012

Most Americans don’t realize they’re paying fees in their 401(k) or 403(b) retirement plans. Soon you’ll know how many, and how much they’re costing you.

8 Ways to Save on Household Cleaning
8 Ways to Save on Household Cleaning
on July 12, 2012

We can’t make house cleaning less of a chore, but we can make it cheaper. Here’s how to clean up while cleaning up.

20 Home Remedies for Sunburn
20 Home Remedies for Sunburn
on July 11, 2012

Ever spend too much time in the sun? Cheap relief might be waiting in your pantry or fridge.

8 Ways to Save on Eyeglasses
8 Ways to Save on Eyeglasses
on July 6, 2012

Want to save 80 to 90 percent on your next pair of prescription eyeglasses? Here’s where to focus.

5 Ways to Get Cheap (or Free) Roadside Assistance
5 Ways to Get Cheap (or Free) Roadside Assistance
on July 2, 2012

When your car breaks down, getting it fixed is expensive enough – but so is just getting it towed to the mechanic. Here’s how to cheaply get off the hook the next time your car is on the hook.

Mortgage Refinancing Help Ahead?
Mortgage Refinancing Help Ahead?
on June 29, 2012

If you can lower the interest rate on your $200,000 30-year mortgage from 6 percent to 3.5, over the life of the loan you’ll keep $100,000 that would otherwise have gone to your lender. Don’t have good enough credit or enough equity to refinance? If the White House has its way, there’s help ahead.

15 Ways to Save on Eating Out
15 Ways to Save on Eating Out
on June 29, 2012

The average American family spends $2,500 annually eating out. The average reader of this article will find easily digestible ways to significantly slice that bill.

8 Steps for a Mid-Year Money Checkup
8 Steps for a Mid-Year Money Checkup
on June 20, 2012

We’re halfway through the year – do you know where your money is? Take this eight-step, less-than-an-hour checkup and find out.

8 Ways to Save Big on Rent
8 Ways to Save Big on Rent
on June 20, 2012

You probably spend more per month on rent than anything else. So why pay more than you have to? Here are eight easy ways to lower the cost.

20 Things You Shouldn’t Buy Used
20 Things You Shouldn’t Buy Used
on June 15, 2012

Buying used can save a ton. But sometimes, you end up paying more in repairs and replacements, not to mention other potential problems. Here’s a list of items that might prove penny wise but pound foolish. Can you add to it?

29 Ways You Waste Cash
29 Ways You Waste Cash
on June 13, 2012

Being smart with your money is easy on big purchases. But what about all the little ways you can leak cash? Here’s how to plug the holes.

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