How to Respond to House-Shaming

You've heard it at the dinner table when visiting Mom and Dad. You've heard it from your cousin Phil. You've heard it from friends out at Happy Hour. "Why are you renting a home when you should be buying? Don't you know you're just throwing your money away?" There's a lot of pressure to... […]

How to Respond to House-Shaming

You've heard it at the dinner table when visiting Mom and Dad. You've heard it from your cousin Phil. You've heard it from friends out at Happy Hour. "Why are you renting a home when you should be buying? Don't you know you're just throwing your money away?" There's a lot of pressure to... […]

How to Respond to House-Shaming

You've heard it at the dinner table when visiting Mom and Dad. You've heard it from your cousin Phil. You've heard it from friends out at Happy Hour. "Why are you renting a home when you should be buying? Don't you know you're just throwing your money away?" There's a lot of pressure to... […]

10 Red Flags to Look Out for When Renting Your First Apartment

Are you ready to fly the nest? If it's time to find a new apartment, there are some things to look out for before signing a rental agreement. If you don't know what to be wary of, your first place could put you in financial jeopardy and even physical danger. These are the biggest red flags. (See... […]

10 Red Flags to Look Out for When Renting Your First Apartment

Are you ready to fly the nest? If it's time to find a new apartment, there are some things to look out for before signing a rental agreement. If you don't know what to be wary of, your first place could put you in financial jeopardy and even physical danger. These are the biggest red flags. (See... […]

10 Red Flags to Look Out for When Renting Your First Apartment

Are you ready to fly the nest? If it's time to find a new apartment, there are some things to look out for before signing a rental agreement. If you don't know what to be wary of, your first place could put you in financial jeopardy and even physical danger. These are the biggest red flags. (See... […]

2-Minute Read: What You Need to Know About FICO Scores

FICO scores are the most widely used credit scores in the U.S. According to myFICO.com, 90% of the top U.S. lenders access these scores to make important credit decisions. FICO scores range from 300 to 850, with higher scores representing better credit. Why your FICO score is important A FICO... […]

2-Minute Read: What You Need to Know About FICO Scores

FICO scores are the most widely used credit scores in the U.S. According to myFICO.com, 90% of the top U.S. lenders access these scores to make important credit decisions. FICO scores range from 300 to 850, with higher scores representing better credit. Why your FICO score is important A FICO... […]

2-Minute Read: What You Need to Know About FICO Scores

FICO scores are the most widely used credit scores in the U.S. According to myFICO.com, 90% of the top U.S. lenders access these scores to make important credit decisions. FICO scores range from 300 to 850, with higher scores representing better credit. Why your FICO score is important A FICO... […]

Best Money Tips: Things That Medicare Doesn't Cover

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles things that Medicare doesn’t cover, how to make a perfect roasted chicken, and simple ways to cut moving costs. Top 5 Articles 7 Things Medicare Doesn't Cover — Medicare Part A and Part B cover a large portion of... […]

Best Money Tips: Things That Medicare Doesn't Cover

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles things that Medicare doesn’t cover, how to make a perfect roasted chicken, and simple ways to cut moving costs. Top 5 Articles 7 Things Medicare Doesn't Cover — Medicare Part A and Part B cover a large portion of... […]

Best Money Tips: Things That Medicare Doesn't Cover

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles things that Medicare doesn’t cover, how to make a perfect roasted chicken, and simple ways to cut moving costs. Top 5 Articles 7 Things Medicare Doesn't Cover — Medicare Part A and Part B cover a large portion of... […]

20 Ways to Make Family Camping Easy

I like camping with my kids, but I don't like working hard at it. I try to keep the whole trip easy, from the planning, to the packing, to the sitting around the campfire. Of course, there are always trade-offs; you can spend more time preparing at home and put in less effort while on the trip, or... […]

20 Ways to Make Family Camping Easy

I like camping with my kids, but I don't like working hard at it. I try to keep the whole trip easy, from the planning, to the packing, to the sitting around the campfire. Of course, there are always trade-offs; you can spend more time preparing at home and put in less effort while on the trip, or... […]

20 Ways to Make Family Camping Easy

I like camping with my kids, but I don't like working hard at it. I try to keep the whole trip easy, from the planning, to the packing, to the sitting around the campfire. Of course, there are always trade-offs; you can spend more time preparing at home and put in less effort while on the trip, or... […]

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Stories From Our Readers: How Drew cut his grocery bill in half

“This is going to sound so naive, but I was skeptical about the benefits of tracking my spending. I had a general idea of where my money was going, so wasn’t that good enough? No, it wasn’t. After a month of meticulously tracking every dollar I spent, I realized that my grocery spending was double what I thought it was. I couldn’t believe it. […]

Stories From Our Readers: How Drew cut his grocery bill in half

“This is going to sound so naive, but I was skeptical about the benefits of tracking my spending. I had a general idea of where my money was going, so wasn’t that good enough? No, it wasn’t. After a month of meticulously tracking every dollar I spent, I realized that my grocery spending was double what I thought it was. I couldn’t believe it. […]

Stories From Our Readers: How Drew cut his grocery bill in half

“This is going to sound so naive, but I was skeptical about the benefits of tracking my spending. I had a general idea of where my money was going, so wasn’t that good enough? No, it wasn’t. After a month of meticulously tracking every dollar I spent, I realized that my grocery spending was double what I thought it was. I couldn’t believe it. […]

The proactive homeowner: How to stay on top of home improvement

Yesterday was an exciting day at the Rothwards household! After three weeks of demolition and construction, we installed our new hot tub. It took six men an hour of maneuvering before we managed to set the spa into place…but we did it. And we didn’t break anything. […]