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10 Ways to Make This Your Most Productive Summer Yet

Summer's a ton of fun, but most of us can't hit the beach every day. You have to fit work and chores in there somewhere, and this time of year is perfect because of all that sunlight that lasts into the evening. But it's easy to succumb to the exhaustion that summer heat brings, and just lounge... […]

Best Money Tips: Do's and Don'ts of Flea Market Flipping

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on the dos and don’ts of flea market flipping, easy ways to go meat free, and how to plan an eco-friendly vacation. Top 5 Articles The Dos and Don’ts of Flea Market Flipping — Make sure you bring a van or... […]

How to Think Like a Billionaire When You’re Broke

It’s not easy being broke. As of 2014, there were almost 47 million Americans living below the poverty line. That’s roughly 15 percent of the population. To simply tell these people to "start thinking like a billionaire" may seem tone deaf, or even cruel. But it actually is... […]

Best Deals for Wednesday 05/24

Link for teaser title:  http://www.wisebread.com/bestdeals/today Stainless Steel Mop and Broom Holder, SAVE 77% OFF, and more... SAVE 78% OFF 120TC Mandala Tapestry Wall hanging,... […]

The Proper Ways to Discuss Salary in a Job Interview

Interviewing for a new position can be stressful. It's also a balancing act that can take time, and practice, to perfect. When it comes to salary expectations, the pressure increases exponentially. How much will they pay you? How much dare you ask for? What about benefits, and other deciding... […]

How to Save Big at a Going Out of Business Sale

There are few shopping events that beat a Going Out of Business sale. Even Black Friday and Cyber Monday often pale in comparison to the deals bargain hunters can score from a failed retailer. However, to maximize savings during a Going Out of Business sale, you have to be vigilant. Shoppers can... […]

10 Ways for College Students to Save Loads of Money

Between big expenses like tuition and housing, and smaller everyday expenses such as school supplies and coffee, the costs of being a student can rack up fast. According to the College Board, tuition, fees, and room and board at a public four-year in-state school cost an average of $20,000 a... […]

Ask the Readers: What Do You Look For at Thrift Stores?

You can find a ton of great stuff at thrift stores, from gently used designer clothing to top-of-the-line kitchen appliances (still in the box!) to antique furniture that only need a little TLC. What do you look for at thrift stores? Do you buy things to use at home, to flip, or both? What are... […]

Best Money Tips: Get Free Coffee From These Places

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on places to get free coffee, easy ways to add storage to every room, and how to use Google to save money. Top 5 Articles 5 Places To Get Free Coffee — With 7-Eleven's 7Rewards app, you get a free drink (coffee... […]

7 Biggest Ways Procrastination Hurts Your Finances

Remember those days in college when you'd put off studying until the night before a big exam? You'd stay up all night, desperately trying to cram everything in at the last minute. If only you'd taken the time earlier, you'd have walked into your test rested, calm, and most importantly,... […]