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Best of Personal Finance Roundup: What the iPad Is and Is Not

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best of Personal Finance roundup. Today, we go over what you can expect with a new Apple iPad, how to use up the leftover juice from your canned fruit, and

Finding New Recipes, Without Paying for New Cookbooks

I have a hard time resisting the urge of buying every cookbook that comes along — I thoroughly enjoy trying out new recipes, especially cookies. I came to the conclusion, though, i

Ask the Readers: Do You Still Have a Landline?

Tell us whether or not you have a landline and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!

Little Road Trips Here and There: Little Savings Everywhere

While we’ve been pondering shorter vacations, staycations, and the like, there is nothing like the great American road trip to feel truly connected to this great land of ours. It d

Would you sell your vote?

Being a humble Green Card holder, I don’t have a vote here in the US (makes me wonder about that old “no taxation without representation” line, but that’s another story). Anyway, a

Best Money Tips: Financial Mistakes to Avoid in 2011

Today, we share the financial mistakes to watch out for, how to make your own glitter flats, and simple ways to spend less on produce.

The Psychology of Money: How a T-Shirt Equals a Taco

Sometimes, really understanding your finances doesn't mean knowing the numbers — it means knowing how many tacos you can buy.

10 Networking Mistakes You Shouldn't Make

Done well, networking can boost your career or business. Avoid these 10 mistakes to make the most of your connections.

Best Money Tips: 10 Organic Solutions to Garden Pests

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Today, we give you two handfuls of great organic garde

Women of personal finance spotlight: The Digerati Life here to answer your questions

For this entire week (8/10 - 8/17), SVB of The Digerati Life will be answering questions in our forum about blogging, personal finance, and entreprenruship! This is part of Wise Br

Best Money Tips: Have an Exciting Staycation

Today we found some great articles on ideas for an exciting staycation, things you should always buy generic, and emergency preparedness on a shoestring.

Your Guide to Getting a Job Right Out of College

Getting a job straight out of college may seem impossible, but if you take some smart steps early, you'll improve your odds of landing a gig.

5 Scary Thoughts Everyone Has During a Job Interview

Despite our best efforts at confidence, sometimes those second-guesses creep in. Learn to deal with those thoughts — and win the interview.

10 Resolutions for the Green Revolution

Make a New Year's resolution to be more environmentally friendly with these 10 steps to green your life.

Want to Cut Costs? Get Yourself a Frugal Filter (or Two)

If you follow this simple process, you'll be happier with your financial choices — and your life.

How to Make Money Tweeting

If you're popular on Twitter, you could get paid for your tweets...even if you're not a Kardashian.

6 Painless Ways to Split the Check

Whether you split the bill evenly or item by item, easily find out who owes how much — saving you a headache and your server some hassle.

Best Money Tips: 6 Things That Make Your Cover Letter Suck

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. We are ready to tackle 2010's federal tax bill, the pros and cons of debt settlement companies, and all the ways you shouldn't w

Best Money Tips: Effective Study Habits

Today, we share ten effective study habits, simple ways to improve your memory, unconventional home frugality tips, and easy ways to lower your cable bill.

Beating corporate America at its own game

For almost a month now, I've been having some problems with the usually-reliable Amazon.com. I love Amazon. I always have. That's why I decided to buy my living room lamps there,