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Keeping up with your spendy friends gets expensive. Let them know you're on a budget without making a big deal about it.
While high schoolers don't often have complicated financial lives, money is still part of growing up. Many early lessons carry on to adulthood.
You know you should be budgeting and saving, and that just makes you feel worse when you don't. Escape the shame cycle and control your money.
Saving more money is easy once you set your mind to it. Start doing so with these simple savings strategies.
Books? Yep! Houses? Absolutely! Swimwear? Ack, no! Those and other thrift store buys sorted into best and worst.
Get an early start on the holidays planning by fixing your finances. That way, you'll have one less resolution to make when the New Year arrives.
You've heard all the reasons why you should get fit and stay fit. Here's the clincher — losing weight can save you thousands of dollars.
In a tight job market for grads, marketable skills matter more than ever. Highlight what you can do today instead of that degree you earned yesterday.
Look beyond the status that goes with a luxe price, and these cheap alternatives give you most of the value, but at a fraction of the cost.
Paying with plastic can be really convenient — it can also be really, really expensive. Avoid the extra costs by avoiding these 10 purchases.
Wise Bread is a great source of personal finance basics, but only one thing beats a proper, quality financial education — a FREE high quality financial education.
Before you downsize and leave town for retirement, make sure where you want to live meshes with how you want to live.
You're sure to be the host with the least if you're doing any of this at your next gathering.
Want good credit? Don't do this.
Saving money is hard, especially if your savings goals are big. Make saving fun with some simple motivational strategies.
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A former used car salesman reveals some tricks of the trade. Before you buy a used car, read this!
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