8 Foolproof Ways to Slash the Cost of Homeowners Insurance
8 Foolproof Ways to Slash the Cost of Homeowners Insurance
on June 9, 2017

Reviewing this critical insurance policy takes little effort but pays off big: You can save serious cash and gain peace of mind that your home and valuables are covered.

8 Creative Ways to Clear Clutter
8 Creative Ways to Clear Clutter
on January 4, 2017

Does it seem like you’re swimming against a never-ending tide of stuff? Make 2017 your year of living happily clutter-free.

6 Reasons Why Savers Are Sexier Than Spenders
6 Reasons Why Savers Are Sexier Than Spenders
on December 24, 2016

They may not be as flashy or stylish as their high-spending friends, but savers have a sex appeal that’s all their own.

5 Reasons a Roth IRA Should Be Part of Your Retirement Plan
5 Reasons a Roth IRA Should Be Part of Your Retirement Plan
on September 26, 2016

Roth or regular? While both kinds of IRAs have their place in your retirement planning, here’s why you should say yes to a Roth.

5 Forgotten Frugal Strategies — and How to Resurrect Them
5 Forgotten Frugal Strategies — and How to Resurrect Them
on September 25, 2015

Our grandparents and great-grandparents knew how to stretch a buck. Maybe it’s time to look back to find our way forward.

5 Expert Tips for Better Thrift Store Shopping
5 Expert Tips for Better Thrift Store Shopping
on September 9, 2015

A thrift store shopper with 25 years of experience under his belt shares his top tips for finding the best deals.

Stretch Your Budget And Boost Your Health With 14 Superfoods
Stretch Your Budget And Boost Your Health With 14 Superfoods
on March 23, 2015

If you’ve never heard of superfoods, it might be time to get acquainted with these power-packed staples of good health.

Kick the Habit: 7 Steps to Wean Yourself From Credit Cards
Kick the Habit: 7 Steps to Wean Yourself From Credit Cards
on January 9, 2015

Easy credit, the tendency to overspend, and the overwhelming acceptance of plastic as a means to pay for everything from home repairs to hamburgers have helped make consumer indebtedness a chronic condition. Here’s how to break free.

8 Ways to Feel Rich When You’re Not
8 Ways to Feel Rich When You’re Not
on January 8, 2015

In the material world in which we all live, it’s sometimes easy to feel like you’re suffering. Here are some simple tips to keep you focused, and more important, happy.

10 Money Lessons I Learned From My Depression-Era Dad
10 Money Lessons I Learned From My Depression-Era Dad
on June 13, 2014

My dad was a child of the Great Depression. And though there were many families worse off than his, he learned tough financial lessons that stayed with him for a lifetime.

7 Ways to Get What You Want on Customer Service Calls
7 Ways to Get What You Want on Customer Service Calls
on April 1, 2014

I’ve sat on both sides of the customer service line — taking abuse from callers and getting angry at unmotivated CS reps too. Here are some lessons I’ve learned that can help you.

7 Smart Saving Strategies for New Grads
7 Smart Saving Strategies for New Grads
on March 5, 2014

Graduation is a time of exciting possibilities, high expectations … and new financial realities. Get off on the right foot and build a brighter future with these seven saving strategies.

7 Tips for Writing a Winning Cover Letter
7 Tips for Writing a Winning Cover Letter
on February 27, 2014

Few things we write have as much potential value as a well-crafted cover letter. If you’re in the job market now or plan to be, here are seven tips to take your cover letter from tired to hired.

6 Tips to Expertly Explain Gaps in Your Resume
6 Tips to Expertly Explain Gaps in Your Resume
on January 17, 2014

A hiccup in your employment history doesn’t have to signal slackerdom. Take control of how you present the highs — and the lows — of your professional experience.

Is Your Financial Adviser Really Working for You?
Is Your Financial Adviser Really Working for You?
on December 30, 2013

Did you know that your financial adviser may not be legally required to act in your financial best interest? Here’s how a fiduciary pledge can change that.

What’s the Big Deal About Tiny Houses?
What’s the Big Deal About Tiny Houses?
on December 19, 2013

There’s no place like home, even if it’s only 200 square feet. Find out why tiny houses are gaining in popularity and what makes these small spaces so special.

More Billionaires Promise to Donate Much of Their Money
More Billionaires Promise to Donate Much of Their Money
on December 11, 2013

Find out who these generous tycoons are and how they made their fortunes.

Young Women Are Closing the Pay Gender Gap
Young Women Are Closing the Pay Gender Gap
on December 11, 2013

Young women haven’t reached pay equity with their male counterparts and they may lose some ground as they get older, a new report says.

Want a Raise? 6 Steps for Starting the Conversation
Want a Raise? 6 Steps for Starting the Conversation
on November 29, 2013

Saving on expenses is one way to get ahead, but making more is even better. Here are some tips that might help you start the year with a fatter paycheck.

Auto-Pilot: Good for Planes, Not Finances
Auto-Pilot: Good for Planes, Not Finances
on November 18, 2013

We all do it: sign up for services that suck money monthly from our accounts, then forget about them. How much are you wasting on things you could pay less for or drop entirely?

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