Questions About Soup, Sunk Costs, Turkey, Insurance and More!

What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to summaries of five or fewer words. Click on the number to jump straight down to the question. 1. Cheap turkey cooking? 2. Storing homemade soup 3. Flour differences for homemade bread 4. “Double your donation” to charities 5. Online services and sunk costs 6. Public schools versus private 7. […]

6 Cyber Monday Shopping Tricks

How you can save more and worry less during the e-commerce blitz. In case you haven’t checked a calendar recently, Black Friday (Nov. 24) and Cyber Monday (Nov. 27) are coming — soon! Last year, consumers spent $3.45 billion online during Cyber Monday, making it the biggest day of U.S. e-commerce ever! […]

Moving in Retirement

Here's an interesting piece from Time about moving in retirement. […]

Moving in Retirement

Here's an interesting piece from Time about moving in retirement. […]

Gift Giving Etiquette to Get You Through the Holidays

The most wonderful time of the year is approaching. And with it come numerous gift exchanges. Who do you get gifts for? Do you include receipts? Is it ever OK to regift something that you really don't need? Oh, the pressure! Well, fear not. If you are going into the holiday season with... […]

Gift Giving Etiquette to Get You Through the Holidays

The most wonderful time of the year is approaching. And with it come numerous gift exchanges. Who do you get gifts for? Do you include receipts? Is it ever OK to regift something that you really don't need? Oh, the pressure! Well, fear not. If you are going into the holiday season with... […]

Are Your Investment Accounts Safe From Hacking?

In the wake of the recent Equifax scandal, you might understandably be jittery about the safety of your money and your personal financial information. A lot has been written about what you can do to prevent hackers from opening new accounts and new lines of credit in your name. […]

Are Your Investment Accounts Safe From Hacking?

In the wake of the recent Equifax scandal, you might understandably be jittery about the safety of your money and your personal financial information. A lot has been written about what you can do to prevent hackers from opening new accounts and new lines of credit in your name. […]

Think Outside the Index When You Rebalance Your Investment Portfolio

As the year winds down, it's common for investors to examine their portfolios and consider some rebalancing. This means looking at your investments to make sure you're not over-invested or underinvested in certain areas. Many investors will simply buy shares of a mutual fund that mirrors the... […]

The Secret to Better Money Management May Be in Your Past

It's easy to feel out of control with your money. It happens to the best of us. But whatever the reason you're feeling this way, it's important that you regain your footing and, maybe even more importantly, that you regain your feeling of control. After all, if you don't think you can fix the... […]

8 Simple Ways to Travel Greener That Could Save You Money

Travel can be an enriching way of understanding different cultures and developing an appreciation for nature’s beauty. Yet, the negative effect that travel can have on the planet is undeniable. Huge carbon emissions, vast energy consumption, and excessive water usage are all unfortunate side... […]

Best Money Tips: Last-Minute Money Tips for the Holidays

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on last-minute money tips for surviving the holidays, reasons why single people need life insurance too, and dollar-store DIY projects to try. Top 5 Articles Last-Minute Money Tips to Help You Survive the Holidays —... […]

13 Financial Steps to Take Before Retiring Abroad

If things go well for you, retirement can last for decades. But your retirement savings might not, especially if you live in a high-cost area. Households with a resident aged 65 or older have a median income of just $38,515, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. It's no wonder that the number of... […]

Best Deals for Monday 11/20

Link for teaser title:  http://www.wisebread.com/bestdeals/today Sexy Crochet Lace Cold Shoulder Long Sleeve Blouse, Medium, 70% OFF, and more... SAVE 73% OFF Komene Slouchy... […]

Last-Minute Rewards Cards to Snag for Holiday Spending

With the holiday shopping season ready to wreak havoc on your budget, it’s only natural to look for new or different ways to save. Chances are, you’re gearing up for Black Friday and Cyber Monday while simultaneously watching out for special promotions and last-minute deals. […]

Last-Minute Rewards Cards to Snag for Holiday Spending

With the holiday shopping season ready to wreak havoc on your budget, it’s only natural to look for new or different ways to save. Chances are, you’re gearing up for Black Friday and Cyber Monday while simultaneously watching out for special promotions and last-minute deals. […]

Credit Cards that Make Scoring Free Airfare Easy

Cashing in your airline miles for award seats can be an aggravating experience. Common issues include flights with unreasonable point demands, huge fuel surcharges, and limited availability. That last part — limited availability — is often what sends people over the edge. Even if you... […]

Credit Cards that Make Scoring Free Airfare Easy

Cashing in your airline miles for award seats can be an aggravating experience. Common issues include flights with unreasonable point demands, huge fuel surcharges, and limited availability. That last part — limited availability — is often what sends people over the edge. Even if you... […]

Developing a Real Plan for a Better Life

For the last few years, I’ve done something of an “end of the year” review of my life. […]

Developing a Real Plan for a Better Life

For the last few years, I’ve done something of an “end of the year” review of my life. […]