If you think of all the things you can do with money, it really boils down to this: You can either make it, save it, borrow it, invest it or my personal favorite: Have fun spending it!
For months now, we’ve been working on a new design that simplifies our site by organizing all the money information you could possibly need into these categories.
Result? You’ll find what you want a lot faster.
Scroll down our home page and see for yourself. Need to get a raise at work or pick up a few extra bucks with a side gig? The “Make” stripe has 18 recent stories that can help. (Need more? Just click on the heading and you’ll be on the “Make” page!) Want to save money on everything from food to cellphones? Scroll down the home page a little more to the “Save” stripe and check out those stories.
In the sections that follow, you’ll find advice on borrowing and credit, investing, and last but not least, stories that might just make you smile.
Of course, you’ll always find the most recent, and most popular, news at the top of the home page. And if you scroll down and look on the right side of every page, including this one, you’ll find a column of “Must Read” stories. Be sure to check them out!
Our master of technology, Dan Schointuch, has invested hundreds of hours into our new look (in fact, the sun was up before he went to bed this very morning!), so if you like what you see, or if you see something that needs work, please let us know by clicking here.
And if you like us, show us! If you’re not already a subscriber, take a second and fix that now by using one of handy signup boxes around the site, or simply clicking here. Then like us on Facebook and most important, tell your friends about us! For more than 25 years, we’ve grown our business soley from referrals from people just like you.
– Stacy Johnson, CEO and founder
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