Best Money Tips: Nice Things to Do for People That Won't Cost Much

Today we found some awesome articles on nice things to do for people that don't cost much, gifts that keep giving, and handling holiday parties professionally.

Getting the Most Out of Daily Deal Sites

Groupon and other daily deal sites can seem enticing, but if you're not careful, they can cost a lot more than you expect. Learn how to use them wisely.

Preparing for the Fiscal Cliff

There's a good chance that the "fiscal cliff" America is about to go over will be a non-issue. But that's no reason not to do a bit of preparation.

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7 Ways to Have a Better Day at Work

Bad days at work can lead to poor reviews or worse. But if you can turn that frown upside down, you'll be rewarded with improved productivity — and more.

What Happens at a Foreclosure Auction?

Property buyers with cash can save as much as 30% off the market price at a foreclosure auction. Here's what to expect on the courthouse steps.

Best Money Tips: Eat Well for Less

Today we found some fantastic articles on eating well for less, Black Friday 2012 deals, and making your Christmas budget go farther.

Turn a Day Off Into Your Most Profitable Day of the Year

We often focus on what is most pressing with our finances. But if you take a day off to do some long-term work, you can save hundreds of dollars a year.

Ask the Readers: How Do You Exercise Frugally?

Ask the Readers: How Do You Exercise Frugally?

How Rewards Cards Make Money

If you think you're gaming your credit card company, think again — you might be one of its biggest money makers. Learn how to avoid the trap.

Make-Ahead Thanksgiving Dishes

Cooking the entire meal on Thanksgiving day is an exercise in extreme planning. Decrease turkey day stress by making these dishes ahead of time.

Preparing Financially for a Natural Disaster

Hurricane Sandy's devastation served as an important reminder for many — when it comes to emergency planning, you need an emergency financial plan too.

Best Money Tips: Tips for Cutting Back This Christmas

Today we found some stellar articles on cutting back this Christmas, Black Friday myths debunked, and why your career is your most important investment.

25 Tips for Smart (and Safe) Credit Card Use During the Holidays

Whether you're ready for holiday shopping or SO not, the season of giving is upon us. Before you hit the stores, check out our guide to keeping your finances safe.

What to Eat Every Day: A Month of Frugal Meals

Planning ahead and cooking at home are two of the best ways to save money. Do both with this guide to one month of tasty, frugal meals.

6 Dumb Things Employment Recruiters See People Do

This former employment recruiter saw job applicants make a lot of stupid mistakes. Here's what to avoid if you want to get hired.

Learning Without the High Cost of Higher Education

College is a great way to get an education — but it's not the only way. These methods will help you learn more on the cheap.

In a Rut? 6 Tips for Getting Out

Whether it's emotional or physical, whether it has to do with work, relationships, or personal goals, being in a rut sucks. Here's how to help yourself get out.

Best Money Tips: Practical Gifts That Give Back

Today we found some awesome articles on practical gifts that give back, Veterans Day freebies, and keeping from overspending this holiday season.

25 Career Changes You Can Make Today

Don't complain about your job without doing anything — make a positive career change right now with one (or more!) of these techniques.