The Top 5 Holiday Scams for 2010
The Top 5 Holiday Scams for 2010
on December 8, 2010

Charitable giving can be jolly or folly, depending on who you give to. This is the time of year that brings out the scams – here are 5 to look for.

6 Year-End Money Tips for 2010
6 Year-End Money Tips for 2010
on December 6, 2010

It’s the most wonderful time of the year — to think about taxes. Several tax breaks expire at the end of the year, so planning now could mean a lower tax bill in 2011.

Monday’s Money Deals: Toys, Boots, and Free Fries
on December 6, 2010

This week is a great time to save on winter wear, boots, and Starbucks coffee.

The 5 Dumbest Gifts for Your Girl
The 5 Dumbest Gifts for Your Girl
on December 1, 2010

Shopping for that special someone, guys? Everybody is different, but if you don’t know how to shop for women, here are five things you might want to cross off your list.

Monday’s Money Deals: Electronics, Bikes, and Free Burgers
on November 29, 2010

It’s Cyber Monday! There’s a lot of savings out there today, but as always, we’ve got ways to save tomorrow. Check out great deals on video cameras and bicycles, and grab a few coupons.

How to Remodel Your Kitchen for Less Than $5,000
How to Remodel Your Kitchen for Less Than $5,000
on November 26, 2010

Everybody has a dream kitchen — with a matching nightmare price tag. But if you set realistic expectations and get creative, you can come up with a beautiful remodel for less than five grand.

6 Tips to Save on Holiday Shopping
6 Tips to Save on Holiday Shopping
on November 24, 2010

According to the National Retail Federation, couples will spend an average $1500 on Christmas gifts for friends and family this year. Give yourself the gift of savings with these ideas.

Monday’s Money Deals: Electronics and Free Greeting Cards
on November 22, 2010

It’s the week of Black Friday, and that means crazy deals, both good and bad. Now’s the time to buy your Christmas decorations, a new printer, or other consumer electronics. You can get free greeting cards, too — if you’re pregnant.

5 Tips to Save on Thanksgiving Dinner
5 Tips to Save on Thanksgiving Dinner
on November 19, 2010

Thanksgiving costs Americans an average of more than $40 — but use these tips to trim the fat from your shopping list and you’ll have one more thing to be thankful for this year.

“Educational” Videos for Infants – A Waste of Money?
“Educational” Videos for Infants – A Waste of Money?
on November 18, 2010

New research provides more evidence that educational media designed for children under age 2 is a waste of money, and might even delay a child’s development.

6 Alternatives to Expensive Household Cleaners
6 Alternatives to Expensive Household Cleaners
on November 17, 2010

Laundry detergent, dish soap, bleach, furniture polish, disinfectant: how many different cleaning products do we really need? Save space and money with these tips for homemade cleaners.

Monday’s Money Deals: Appliances, Jackets and Free Soda
on November 15, 2010

This is the week to buy a new washer, dryer, or fridge, thanks to great deals at Home Depot. And every day is a good day for a free coffee at 7-Eleven.

Online Holiday Shopping: 5 Pitfalls
Online Holiday Shopping: 5 Pitfalls
on November 12, 2010

Doing your holiday shopping online can save you time, money, and hassle. But if you don’t know what to look out for, it can also do the opposite.

More People Dropping Cable, Picking Up Internet
More People Dropping Cable, Picking Up Internet
on November 9, 2010

More and more people are ditching their expensive cable package for cheap and free alternatives to watch their favorite shows. You can, too.

3 Dumb Ways to Pick a Smartphone
3 Dumb Ways to Pick a Smartphone
on November 9, 2010

Smartphones aren’t smart for everybody, and picking the wrong one is all too easy — and expensive. Here are some tips to avoid making a stupid purchase you’ll regret.

10 Places to Find Cheap Antioxidants
10 Places to Find Cheap Antioxidants
on November 8, 2010

Antioxidants are a case of marketing gone wild, but you and your wallet can stay healthy without paying for “fortified” foods or expensive supplements.

Monday’s Money Deals: Free Food, Free Coffee
on November 8, 2010

This week vets can get a free meal and everybody can get free coffee. There are also great deals on chocolate, women’s underwear, board games and office supplies.

3 Tips to Find the Lowest Holiday Airfares
3 Tips to Find the Lowest Holiday Airfares
on November 8, 2010

If you’re planning to fly in the busiest travel season of the year, make sure you don’t pack extra cash or stress for the trip with these tips.

College for $1,000 a Year?
College for $1,000 a Year?
on November 5, 2010

Imagine a college that was so inexpensive, you didn’t need loans. Meet the owner of a company that’s disrupting one of the most entrenched business models in the world: higher education.

Know When to Do It Yourself And When to Pay a Pro
Know When to Do It Yourself And When to Pay a Pro
on November 4, 2010

Professionals aren’t always out to rip you off, but sometimes handling home improvement projects yourself is the cost-effective solution. Learn how to know what you can handle and when you need help.

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