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Living large on a small budget. Despite what you may have heard, you don't have to sacrifice your financial independence to enjoy life. We believe people on a budget can still enjoy fabulous and fun lives.

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Co-Signing for a Loan: 4 Things to Consider First

ShareThisThere are many situations where you might be tempted to co-sign for a credit card or loan. […]

November 11: The Last Free National Park Day of the Year

Looking for that final escape to the outdoors for the year? Circle Thursday, November 11 (Veterans Day) on your calendar. November 11 is one of the "Free Entrance Days" at the 146 national parks that charge an entrance fee. […]

How to Build Wealth in a Depressed Economy

ShareThisThe current economic environment has led many investors to become pessimistic about the United States' economy. Consumer confidence is low and unemployment is running high. […]

Top 5 Online Resources for the Design Impaired

If the pages of home design magazines leave you drooling — and frustrated about your own lack of skill — there’s no need to give up on your dreams of having a chic, modern, or even award-winning look to your home. […]

Join Our Tweetchat on 10/28, 4:00pm CDT for a Chance to Win Prizes

Link for teaser title:  http://www.wisebread.com/join-our-tweetchat-at-400-cdt-for-a-chance-to-win-prize... twitter-logo2_0_0.jpg Welcome to the Wise Bread weekly tweet chat! This week we're talking about community! How do you help those around you? […]

Should Life Insurance Be Purchased as an Investment?

ShareThisBefore purchasing life insurance as an investment, a potential investor should understand a few things about the types of life insurance and how they work. […]

8 Frequently Under-Budgeted Air Travel Costs

Over the next few months, many people will hop on an airplane to visit friends or family for the holidays. At some point in my life, I read about why airline miles are much more popular than hotel points (even though hotel points are more valuable). The reason is that our minds plan out trips sequentially. […]