5 Things to Avoid Before You File Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is trying enough already. Don't make it worse by making one of these mistakes.

Eating at the Intersection of Cheap and Healthy

A lot of healthy food — organic, locally grown food — comes at specialty food prices. But with some planning and smart shopping, you can eat both well and cheap.

Why Canada’s TFSA Is Totally Awesome

If you live in Canada, you should definitely make a Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA) part of your retirement savings plan. Here's why.

Best Money Tips: Best Ways to Save Money for 2013

Today we found some stellar articles on ways to save money for 2013, lowering your summer cooling bill, and jobs to get in college.

The 5 Best Toaster Ovens

Whether you want to toast up some bread or do some counter-top cooking, a toaster oven is great tool for energy-efficient food preparation.

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Why Women Need Life Insurance — and What to Do About It

You might think that you don't need life insurance coverage — especially if you're single or a stay-at-home mom. Learn why and what you can do.

Big Lessons From the Tiny House Movement

Imagine life without a mortgage or an overstuffed attic. Even if we don't live in one, tiny houses can teach us a lot about consumption, debt, and simplicity.

Best Money Tips: Thrifty Gifts Any Mom Would Love

Today we found some great articles on thrifty gifts any mom would love, reasons to spring clean, and improving your eshopping IQ.

The Basics of CD Laddering

To get the most out of your long-term savings, set up a CD ladder to earn the most attractive rates without tying up your money for years and years.

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Psychology and Loans: The Strange Reasons Why You Make Bad Decisions

You might think that when it comes to big financial decisions, you only make logical, rational decisions. But research suggests that you don't.

11 Ways to Eat Oats When You Hate Oatmeal

Oats are jam-packed with nutritious goodies, but what to do if you hate oatmeal? Here are 11 (other) ways to enjoy this amazing grain.

Best Money Tips: Save $200 a Month

Today we found some awesome articles on saving $200 a month, unexpected wedding venues, and ways to save on jewelry.

7 Reasons to Love That Used Car Smell

If you're willing to allow someone else to be the first to spill coffee on the upholstery, you can save thousands of dollars on your next car purchase.

What's Your Credit Card Spending Style?

Whether you're a credit pro or a plastic-card newbie, understanding your card use can help you have a better relationship with your money.

53 Fun Nights Out for $10 or Less

You really can have a fun night out without digging deep into your wallet. Sample local offerings, get creative, and have a great time with these activities.

Paying for Pregnancy and Birth Without Health Insurance

Babies are expensive and seemingly un-affordable if you don't have insurance to cover the cost of pregnancy and birth. Here are some options for the uninsured.

Make Your Own: Homemade Cleaning Wipes and Canister

If you love the convenience of cleaning wipes but hate the chemicals they include, check out this tutorial for easy and cheap, DIY wipes.

Best Money Tips: Make Your Groceries Last Longer

Today we found some stellar articles on making your groceries last longer, saving on wedding favors, and retirement savings busters.