Nervous to take that next big leap at work? Don't fret, because taking risks is just one career move you'll never regret.
Is Uncle Sam giving you a little something back this tax season? Here's how one Wise Bread writer is spending his to tie up some loose financial ends.
Balance transfer credit cards can be a good way to consolidate debt. Here's what you need to know before signing the dotted line.
If a quick buck is what you're after, these household dust-collectors may net you a pretty penny at the pawn shop.
It's 2016 and the livin's easy, especially when you can have basically ANYTHING delivered to your doorstep.
With just a few small tweaks to your routine, soon you'll be treading lightly and carrying a heavy wallet.
Oh, you thought that coffee maker was just for your morning cup of joe? It can also make hot dogs, steamed veggies, and lots more!
It's not every day a thrift store find turns out to be a DaVinci, but that doesn't mean your everyday finds aren't worth something. What's hiding in your attic?
Despite coming of age in an age of burgeoning student loan debt, weak economies, stagnant wages, the kids these days are pretty savvy about money.
There are very few times when giving out your Sosh is a good idea. Find out when it's okay — and when it absolutely isn't.
Stuck inside on a snowy day is the perfect time to declutter and revamp your financial strategy.
If you're looking to be frugal in 2016, these price hikes certainly won't be helping your cause.
Instead of spending your precious dollars on a Valentine's Day gift, why not earn some by offering something precious to the lovestruck?
Before you drop big bucks on a shiny new set of wheels, consider how much smarter it can be to buy used.
Keeping up with the Joneses is keeping too many of us in debt.
You could be having a whole lot of fun if you paid less rent. Maybe it's time to move?
It's not easy making the rent, and for many, roommates are unavoidable. Let's try to make this arrangement as painless as possible, shall we?
Every little bit helps. Make your avarice and consumption a force for good in the world by shopping with smarts — and care.
If you're still shelling out for any of these 16 commonly free things, you're throwing your money away.
Actually, the simplest rule is "Don't." But if you must, here's what you do to make it as painless as possible.
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