The 7 Best Ways to Entertain Yourself Cheap or Free
The 7 Best Ways to Entertain Yourself Cheap or Free

on April 3, 2013

Saving money doesn’t mean missing out on fun. Sports, concerts, movies, and more: Use your imagination and you can easily find ways to have a great time at a great price.

More Proof That Payday Loans Suck
More Proof That Payday Loans Suck

on March 12, 2013

New research confirms what we already knew: If you’re down on your luck and can’t pay the bills, paying 400 percent interest isn’t going to help.

What’s New in Fast Food
What’s New in Fast Food

on February 27, 2013

To tempt your tastebuds and your budget, fast food restaurants are offering new menu items. Here’s a run-down of what’s new at the local drive-through, from fish to gut-busting burgers.

Why You Should Ignore Credit Repair Ads + 3 Steps to Fix Your Credit Free
Why You Should Ignore Credit Repair Ads + 3 Steps to Fix Your Credit Free

on February 13, 2013

There’s nothing any company can do to repair your credit that you can’t do yourself free. Here are three simple steps to repair your credit.

7 Ways to Save on Valentine’s Day Flowers
7 Ways to Save on Valentine’s Day Flowers

on January 28, 2013

Don’t let flowers for your love this Valentine’s Day take a bite out of your wallet. Here’s how to get the most for your money.

8 Tips to Host a Super Bowl Party for Less
8 Tips to Host a Super Bowl Party for Less

on January 28, 2013

Whether you’re planning a small gathering or a large party to watch the Super Bowl, we’ve got tips to cut down on the expense without sacrificing any fun.

What’s for Dinner? 5 Menu-Planning Sites to Consider
What’s for Dinner? 5 Menu-Planning Sites to Consider

on January 25, 2013

Ever stared into the refrigerator wondering what to make for dinner? You need a meal planning site: Here are the best.

5 Considerations for Coping with Alzheimer’s
5 Considerations for Coping with Alzheimer’s

on January 23, 2013

One in eight Americans over 65 is living with Alzheimer’s. It’s a crisis that impacts the entire family, and money mistakes can be clues to the onset of the disease. Here are some tips to help you cope.

8 Tips to Protect Your Computer From Viruses and Malware
8 Tips to Protect Your Computer From Viruses and Malware

on January 18, 2013

Don’t get caught in an online scam pretending to be tech support for your computer that actually infects your machine with a virus. We’ll show you how to protect your computer from malware.

Resolutions 2013: How to Find Financial Help
Resolutions 2013: How to Find Financial Help

on January 4, 2013

It’s a common resolution: destroy debt. But it’s tough to embark on a debt-destroying mission when your debt is already destroying you. If you need help, make this the year you get it: Call a credit counselor. Here’s how to find the right one.

15 Ways to Make Up for Higher Taxes
15 Ways to Make Up for Higher Taxes

on January 4, 2013

All holidays have to end – including the payroll tax holiday. If you make $50,000 a year, increased Social Security withholding means you’ll take home $1,000 less in 2013 than you did last year. How can you make up the shortfall? Let’s count the ways.

7 Controversial Celebrity Endorsements
7 Controversial Celebrity Endorsements

on December 28, 2012

Beyonce Knowles-Carter is being pressured to end a multi-million dollar endorsement deal with Pepsi. She’s not alone. Here are more examples of celebs who got heat for products they backed, and companies that got heat for the superstars they chose.

6 Tips to Avoid Gift Card Scams
6 Tips to Avoid Gift Card Scams

on December 21, 2012

Gift cards are hassle-free, practical gifts. But use these tips to ensure your recipients don’t end up with worthless pieces of plastic.

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