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Best Money Tips: Save Money On Your Vacation

Today we found some awesome articles on how to save money on your vacation, comparing health insurance plans, and the worst credit card mistakes.

Why Learning the Guitar Is the Best Investment You Can Ever Make

Even if you never release an album, learning to play the guitar repays the investment many times over. Learn why.

Best Money Tips: Cheap Ways to Feed a Family of Four

Today we found some great articles on cheap ways to feed a family of 4, moving up the corporate ladder, and reasons to use your credit card.

How to Move From Being Busy to Actually Getting Things Done

Being busy feels good — but it's not the same as being productive. Here's how to slow the pace and still get more done.

Vote for Wise Bread, JD, Jim and Lynnae For SXSW

Our panels will share tips on how your blogs can make more money and attract more readers. We've invited speakers from great blogs such as Get Rich Slowly, Being Frugal and Bargain

3 Ways to Get a Legit Business Education Online

The advent of online education has made it easy to get a business education. And if you don't need a credential or degree — it can be free.

Best Money Tips: Save Money When Buying Things You Need

Today we found some awesome articles on how to save money when buying things you need, decorating a small apartment on a dime, and when to teach kids about money.

Best Money Tips: Five Ways to Use Your Tax Refund

Today we found some awesome articles on five ways to use your tax refund, moving made eas, and teaching high school kids how to manage money.

The Best and Worst Things to Buy in November

November is one of the happiest months for budget-conscious shopping. And there are deals to be had all month long — not just around Black Friday.

Best Money Tips: Get Rid of Social Media Pests

Today, we give you tips to battle pesky Facebook "friends," a recipe to use up that leftover red wine from your last party, and a way to make your sneaks light up...literally!

Series I and Series EE U.S. Savings Bonds

U.S. savings bonds can provide one of the simplest approaches to saving for college. When you cash them in to pay for your child's college expenses, you will be able to do so witho

Best Money Tips: Don't Let Your Baby Blow Your Grocery Budget

Today we found some awesome articles on keeping your baby from blowing your grocery budget, credit card myths, and benefits of one car households.

Techniques for Escaping Long-Term Unemployment

Not having a job isn't just financially trying, it can also be downright depressing. Help combat long-term unemployment with these techniques.

The Best Time of the Day to Do Everything

Are you a morning person or a night person? It might not matter. Discover how science says you should structure your day for the best results.

One Thing You Need to Do to Be Happy and Improve Your Relationships

Discover how one technique can help you move forward, joyfully.

Best Money Tips: I’ve Got One of the Recalled Toyotas. Now What?

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Today, we tell you what you need to know if you're driving a recalled Toyota, how to keep your budget under control when guests

Best Money Tips: Cheap Date Ideas

Today we found some great articles on cheap date ideas, garage sale tips, and how to handle surprise cash.

Ask the Readers: What Is the Best Gift You've Ever Received?

Tell us about the best gift you've ever received and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!

Malaria-Resistant Mosquito: Frugal Research or Future Pox?

File this one under "Wow, that's a great idea... or is it?" Scientists at Johns Hopkins University have developed a mosquito containing a gene that makes it resistant to the malaria virus. [more]

Rolling Stone article on ethanol

In my recent post Plan for expensive fuel, I mentioned sustainable fuels in a somewhat dismissive fashion. [more]