Author: Donna Freedman
The average movie ticket now costs almost $9. But you can pay less — or maybe nothing at all — with these easy tactics.
Most of us are financially pinched from time to time, but for some people it’s a chronic condition. Here’s what to say when a relative or friend hits you up for a loan.
You can give toys they’ll play with and then forget. Or you can give a gift with a lifelong impact.
Swimming in a sea of paper? Use these tips to create a simple, sane storage system.
Ignore the naysayers: People of moderate means really can leverage their dollars to build wealth. Some of the most effective tactics don’t cost a dime.
You can keep your teeth and your wallet intact with good personal practices and knowing the tricks of the dental industry.
If you hope to retire early, the decisions you make are as important as the money you earn. Here are some tips for getting out of the rat race.
Life is definitely not fair: Research shows that how we look affects what we earn, but there are ways to take on this workplace bias.
An expert on living large on less money offers the keys to housing that fits within your budget.
Sure, it keeps the fridge smelling sweet. But did you know you can also use it to clean the tub, kill roaches, keep spinach greener or de-stink the dog?