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16 Ways to Host an Oktoberfest Party on the Cheap

Break out the dirndls and lederhosen — we've got your frugal, fun Oktoberfest party covered. Prōst!

9 Cheapest Dates That Don't Seem So Cheap

Dinner and a movie is piricey (and also kind of played). Get creative for a romantic night out that's affordable, fun, and feels expensive!

Best Money Tips: How to Add an Extra Hour to Your Day

Today we found some great articles on how to add an extra hour to your day, how to make your own Shamrock Shake, and the best websites to learn new languages.

10 Frugal Fall Getaways You Can Start Packing For Now

Travel can be a struggle when you're strapped for cash. But the perfect fall getaway is still within your grasp and budget.

Change Jars and 8 Other Clever Ways to Build an Emergency Fund

You don't need a windfall to kick-start your savings. These baby steps will do just fine.

18 Surprising Ways Your Identity Can Be Stolen

You work so hard to protect your identity, but there are still ways thieves can get your personal data. Here's how they do it.

Citi ThankYou Premier: Rewards for Everyday Travel

The Citi ThankYou Premier Card has been updated to include better rewards for everyday travel, like gas and parking.

The 5 Best Rechargeable Batteries

Dislike having to constantly buy new batteries? These rechargeable batteries can keep the power flowing longer and save you a bit of cash as well.

10 Life Skills for Working Moms

It's no secret balancing work and family takes skill — these life skills, in particular, should be mastered by every working mom.

Financial Tricks to Master for a Happier Life

Is it really money you are after? Get your life back and live happier!

Travel Together For Less with British Airways Visa Signature® Card

If you love traveling on British Airways, the British Airways Visa Signature Card offers a companion ticket every day and easy ways to earn free travel.

Best Money Tips: WaMu Go Bye-Bye?

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Is WaMu on the way out? Also, learn to control your ego as a means to control your spending, find out how to bargain the right w

3 Reasons to Make Your New Year's Resolutions Today

One more cookie? January 1st is when you’ll diet. Buy another gift? You’ll budget better next year. Here's why you shouldn't wait until 2011 to start working on your goals.

10 Simple Household Repairs Every Frugal Person Should Master

Why call an expensive pro to fix every little thing around the house when you can just DIY? Get out your toolkit and get to work!

Sayonara, Ramen-san

In honor Momofuku Ando, we look back on the delightfully frugal and delicious dish that is ramen.

Best Money Tips: Summer Savings Inside and Out

Today, we share ways to save money in the heat of summer, how to stay hydrated, tips to stay safe when buying online prescriptions, and more!

12 Wacky (and Not-So-Wacky) Investment Strategies That Actually Work

The conventional wisdom on investing is to buy and hold for a long time. But there are other strategies that many investors use to grab an edge.

Book review: Towers of Gold

It will not, I think, surprise my regular readers to hear that I like to read books about money. All kinds of books about money--not just books on personal finance and frugality,

The Financial Balancing Act: Musings on Balancing Being Responsible with Having Fun

Sometimes, balancing debt (or staying out of it) with fun things we really enjoy brings up hard questions. [more]

The Bailbondsman Approach: Why Some Of Us Stay Broke

The government is letting people think that it's okay to make bad choices. The Treasury is rewarding bad behavior and the consumer is learning nothing except to keep up the