Best Money Tips: How to Shop at Costco Without a Membership

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on ways to shop at Costco without a membership, a step-by-step guide to turn your ideas into money, and ways to save money on a road trip. Top 5 Articles 10 Clever Ways to Shop at Costco without a Membership —... […]

Beware of Adding Another User to Your Credit Card

Adding an authorized user to your credit card account can help establish or improve their credit, but how will it affect you? Fortunately, simply adding a new user to your credit card will not negatively affect your credit score. However, there are a number of factors you should consider before you... […]

Best Deals for Monday 04/18

Link for teaser title:  http://www.wisebread.com/bestdeals/today Amazing Monday deals include Pay Day Board Game $11, SO&CO New York Women's 16K Rose Tone Dial Watch $40,... […]

12 Great Side Jobs for Outdoorsy Types

If working a 9-to-5 job in an office cubicle is slowly driving you crazy, remember that you've got options. There are lots of ways to supplement your income from a "regular" job with a side gig that lets — nay, requires! — you to roam free in nature. Computer eye strain be... […]

5 Home Canned Foods That Beat Store Bought

If you've been curious about canning, the process can seem intimidating and even a bit scary (especially when the word "botulism" comes to mind). Consider this: A basic canning set will cost you around $50, but the possibilities of what you can make after learning the basics are... […]

9 Cheap Ways to Increase Your Knowledge and Earning Potential

The more knowledge you have, the more chances you will get to score different and better jobs. Knowledge is power, and with continuing education, power and ultimately, success, are yours for the taking. Here are nine free or inexpensive ways to learn more and increase your earning potential. (See... […]

10 Hidden Housing Costs New Homeowners Don't Expect

You're a new homeowner — congrats! The hardest part is over, for sure. Saying so long to most of your savings isn't easy, after all. But the money hemorrhage isn't finished just yet. There are several under-the-radar and often overlooked fees and expenses that accompany homeownership that a... […]

How to Use Free Resources to Educate Yourself on Nearly Any Subject

We live in an age where there are more educational resources available to the average person than there ever have been before. […]

10 Reasons You Should Really Fear an IRS Audit

It's that time of year again. We all do our best to comply with the vast array of tax laws out there, while trying to get the deductions and rebates we're owed. But what if you make an honest mistake, or try to cheat the IRS, and get a dreaded audit? Is it really as bad as people say? Well…... […]

What Exactly Does Travel Accident Insurance Cover on Credit Cards?

We all know that rewards credit cards can offer points, miles, and cash back for your spending, but many people overlook another valuable aspect of these products, their cardholder benefits. Many people don’t bother looking beyond the most obvious benefits of their credit cards, but there are... […]

Flashback Friday: The 60 Best Ways to Use Food Other Than Eating It

Eating food might be the best time of anyone's day. And while food is meant to be consumed with thorough chewing wrapped in "ooh"s and "ahh"s, it can also be used for beauty, decor, and home repair. Though you'd probably use a jar of honey as a sweetener over a face mask... […]

My 2016 Budget Challenge: Am I Ruining My Career?

[Editor's Note: This is the another episode in Max Wong's journey to find an extra $31,000 this year. Read the whole series here.] As a freelancer, I never know when my next job is going to come or how much it's going to pay. Some of my jobs pay me $8,000 for one day's work, or have incredible... […]

Get Rich Slowly turns 10! Celebrating our first decade

This article is by J.D. Roth. My name is J.D. Roth. Ten years ago today, I started a little blog about money. This blog, in fact. When I started Get Rich Slowly, I had no idea what it would become. Just a year earlier, I had summarized all the best advice from the personal-finance books I’d been reading into a single article for my personal site. […]

Best Deals for Friday 04/15

Link for teaser title:  http://www.wisebread.com/bestdeals/today Happy Trails Plush Rocking Mo Mammoth with Sounds is now 76%, Pizzacraft Pizza Dough Scraper and Cutter is now... […]

How to Make $400+ a Week as a Pet Sitter

As a pet sitter since the age of 10, I've taken care of everything from dogs to cats to gerbils to guinea pigs, and have pet sat at many gorgeous homes with fabulous amenities. One client I worked with even lived right down the street from Oprah! Not a bad way to earn some extra cash, am I right?... […]

Best Money Tips: Ways to Use Luck to Stretch Your Budget

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on ways to use luck to stretch your budget, how to make your laundry routine more eco-friendly, and grilling tips for newbies. Top 5 Articles How To Use Luck To Stretch Your Budget — Enter Facebook or blog... […]

Should You Cosign Your Teenager's Credit Card Application?

It's not easy for teens to establish a credit history. It's not like most teens take out mortgage, auto, or personal loans that they can pay back on time to build a solid credit history. One way teens can establish a good credit history is to take out a credit card, charge items, and pay off their... […]

7 Ways to Decorate an Apartment Without Losing Your Deposit

It can be a challenge putting your own personal touches on a rental apartment, but with these budget-wise decorating ideas that won't compromise your security deposit, you'll start to feel at home in no time. 1. Use Removable Wallpaper and Decals to Add Personality to a Room I love the idea of an... […]