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.
For those of us in our 20s, managing our finances is stressful enough, and saving for retirement can seem impossible. But you CAN make it happen — here's how.
On the first day of April, 2013, we have some VERY IMPORTANT FINANCIAL INFORMATION to share.
Single folks, would you like to go out for a drink? The answer should be yes — and not just because it's frugal.
A few things you start this week could save you hundreds of dollars over the course of the month. Discover great ways to save, starting today.
Women live longer than men yet set aside less money for retirement. Learn how you can become more financially independent today.
Whisking cream by hand can seem intimidating, but with a little bit of time and gumption, you can make your very own delicious homemade whipped cream.
From great gifts to delicious food to frugal date ideas, discover Wise Bread's favorite ways to celebrate romance.
If you want to jump-start your financial goals, a spending freeze might be just what you need. Here's how to make it happen — and even have fun while doing it.
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.
Is it really Thanksgiving without buttery, marshmallow-topped sweet potatoes? Our Senior Editor shares the recipe from her book of classic comfort food.
Consumer Reports names the best cash-back, travel, and balance transfer credit cards of the year. Are your cards on the list?
Think you have to go out for bubble tea, mango lassis, and ultra-fancy cocktails? No way. Make your own with these recipes.
Entertaining at home is frugal and great...but sometimes, you just want to leave your house! Here are 15 affordable ways to have an evening out.
When you're working on a personal goal — whether it has to do with money, health, or something else — a little accountability can be instrumental.
It's such a simple idea, but one that has taken me years to really learn — to get the most enjoyment out of the things you have, use them.
Independence is at the heart of frugality. But to be independent, you need skills. Here are 20 easy-to-learn skills that can save you money.
From soap to combs to conditioner, the products on your bathroom shelves are more useful than you might realize. Discover alternative uses for 20 products.
This weekend, our Senior Editor is back on Marketplace Money talking about supposedly "frugal" travel that isn't really worth it.
Sometimes, the line between "frugal" and "pack rat" can seem oh so fine. Here's what helped me overcome my pack rat tendencies.
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