10 Ways to Save on Self Storage
10 Ways to Save on Self Storage
on October 10, 2011

People own a lot of stuff. And they have a hard time letting go of it. Renting storage space may sometimes be necessary, but many people spend thousands to keep stuff they don’t really care about.

What Your Sign Says About Your Salary
What Your Sign Says About Your Salary
on October 10, 2011

Some people believe horoscopes can predict their future – so why not your entire career? A new study looks at the most probable job fields for different star signs.

Better Sleep on the Cheap
Better Sleep on the Cheap
on October 7, 2011

Insomnia’s a big problem for a lot of people. But if the cost of remedies is keeping you up at night, here’s some good news: The best cures are the least expensive.

3 Steps to Cut Your Cable Bill 90 Percent
3 Steps to Cut Your Cable Bill 90 Percent
on October 5, 2011

The power to watch hundreds of channels is in your hand – but what about the price tag? News flash: You don’t have to pay for cable TV anymore. Technology has provided other cheap, easy options to get your favorite shows.

Fly or Drive? 9 Factors to Consider
Fly or Drive? 9 Factors to Consider
on October 3, 2011

Fall is a popular time to travel, but the best way to go may surprise you. For a family, even a trip of several hundred miles might be cheaper to drive, while a solo traveler may be better off flying. But price isn’t the only factor to consider.

4 Ways Generation Y Can Overcome the Recession
4 Ways Generation Y Can Overcome the Recession
on September 30, 2011

Generation Y is freaking out over finances, according to new research. That’s a good thing: Their concern might motivate them to start planning.

The Top 10 Companies to Work For – According to People Who Probably Want to Quit
The Top 10 Companies to Work For – According to People Who Probably Want to Quit
on September 29, 2011

A lot of people are out of work, but some of the people with jobs have a lot of complaints. Take a look at what one website says are the most satisfying companies to work for, and compare it to what the employees say.

Are You Paying Too Much for Vitamins?
Are You Paying Too Much for Vitamins?
on September 28, 2011

When it comes to multivitamins, there’s almost no relationship between quality and price. If you’re spending more than a few dollars a month, you’re paying too much.

Your Co-Worker Could Be an Identity Thief – 4 Tips for Protecting Yourself
Your Co-Worker Could Be an Identity Thief – 4 Tips for Protecting Yourself
on September 27, 2011

How secure do you think your personal info is? Many people worry about the safety of their details, and for good reason: It’s the top complaint received by the FTC every year. Make sure you’re taking steps to guard it.

5 Smart Uses for Credit Cards
5 Smart Uses for Credit Cards
on September 21, 2011

Credit cards have gotten a bad rap, but depending on how they’re used, they can be a consumer’s friend. Here are some reasons you shouldn’t leave home without them.

4 Reasons to Try Google Flights
4 Reasons to Try Google Flights
on September 20, 2011

There are a lot of variables in getting the best airfare, and comparison sites use different methods to hunt for them. But Google’s new tool has a smart approach that’s worth a look.

How to Find the Right Gym or Get Fit on Your Own
How to Find the Right Gym or Get Fit on Your Own
on September 19, 2011

Trying to make exercise part of your daily routine? A gym may not be the answer, but if it is, find one that’s a good “fit.”

5 Ways to Save 50 Percent on Furniture
5 Ways to Save 50 Percent on Furniture
on September 16, 2011

Furniture is expensive, and unless you monitor prices regularly you’re never sure exactly how much you saved – did they mark it up before they marked it down? Here are some best bets for big discounts.

5 Expenses You Shouldn’t Trim and What to Do Instead
5 Expenses You Shouldn’t Trim and What to Do Instead
on September 14, 2011

Saving money is easy, right? Just spend less on certain things. Unfortunately, cutting costs in some areas now will make the financial pain worse later.

Don’t Steal Software: 4 Free Alternatives to Piracy
Don’t Steal Software: 4 Free Alternatives to Piracy
on September 13, 2011

Half of the world is overrun by software pirates, according to one industry trade group. But given the number of free alternatives out there, why risk a lawsuit?

Getting Micro Loans for Your Small Business
Getting Micro Loans for Your Small Business
on September 12, 2011

Getting a business off the ground and keeping it running requires a lot of things, but a big one is money. Here’s how small businesses can bypass the banks and get thousands in low-interest loans.

The Most Important Thing You Can Do Today
The Most Important Thing You Can Do Today
on September 9, 2011

Put this on top of your “to do” list: a home inventory. Most people don’t have one, and when a disaster strikes they won’t get their money’s worth from the insurance company.

6 Tips for Safer Pet Travel
6 Tips for Safer Pet Travel
on September 9, 2011

Traveling with your pet can be fun, but there are additional safety factors to consider. Check out these tips to keep you and your furry pal safe.

How to Make Money Blowing Whistles
How to Make Money Blowing Whistles
on September 7, 2011

If you want a personal bailout from the government, just give them some credible info on financial fraud. Your tips could be worth millions from the new Office of the Whistleblower.

Going to School Online: Better Education, Lower Cost?
Going to School Online: Better Education, Lower Cost?
on September 7, 2011

If your children could attend school from home, for free, would you sign up? K12 is one online charter school getting taxpayer support: See if it sounds right for your kids.

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