There's a good chance that the "junk" around your home could become your kids' favorite toys (and they can even make great Christmas gifts).
Knowing how much you should invest can be a very difficult (and very personal) question. Read this overview of your options to help you decide.
Today we found some stellar articles on 97 Christmas stocking stuffer ideas, things not worth the money, and ways to find out if you are financially compatible.
Tell us what gift you want the most this holiday season and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
When one writer married into a huge family, gift giving got really complicated. Discover her savvy suggestions for saving money and time.
During the December holidays, it can feel super stressful to even THINK about preparing for the new year. Don't worry! Follow this list, and you'll be ready for 2013.
Today we found some great articles on cheap alternatives to cable, tips to save money in the new year, and savings ideas for online shopping.
It's worth tracking your spending because it's the only way to learn where your money is going. But it's worth doing for another reason as well.
We've teamed up with several other Personal Finance bloggers to give away $600 in prizes!
Why some of us take on so much debt — and how others manage to avoid it so well — can seem mysterious. Discover some of the reasons.
Want to go a step beyond gifts that are useful? Every single one of the items on this list can help save money. Now THAT is a gift that keeps on giving.
Today we found some awesome articles on ways to save on shoes, things not to buy during the holidays, and ways to give gifts that matter.
Delicious appetizers are part of what make parties awesome — and what can make them expensive, too. Keep costs down with these recipes.
Learn the magic bullet that can solve most of your financial problems.
by: Donna Freedman | channel: Personal Finance
A miserly 1% cash back isn’t great, but several other attractive features make this card a good choice, especially for world travelers.
Whether you want to get out of debt faster, save up a little last-minute scratch, or just to have free fun, follow these tips for a no-spend weekend.
Today we found some fantastic articles on ways to save money for a house, steps to take before a job interview, and how to protect your stuff.
Stockpiling for an emergency might seem like a good (and frugal) idea. But in reality, your time and money is probably better spent.
College career counselor Kelli Robinson shares her best search secrets.
by: Kelli Robinson | channel: Career Building
This year, lessen your carbon footprint, support your local economy, save money, and give to charity all at the same time — buy gifts at the thrift store.
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