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The Right Thing to Say in 20 Tough Situations

Avoid putting your foot in your mouth by always knowing what to say in 20 these challenging social situations.

9 Financial Lessons People Learn in High School — Did You?

While high schoolers don't often have complicated financial lives, money is still part of growing up. Many early lessons carry on to adulthood.

Hard Copy or Ebook? Amazon's New Service Allows You to Buy Ebook Versions of Hard Copies You Own for Cheap

Keep an eye out for Amazon's new Matchbook! It will allow you to buy ebook versions of hard copies you've purchased from them for under $3!

Recession Journal Part III: How Low Can We Go and When Will We Get There?

In order for the economy to turn around it has to hit what so many investment experts and economic forecasters call the "bottom," but what is it, this bottom, what does it look lik

The 7 Scariest Big Purchases People Make

The big spend is only part of the reason these big purchases are such big scares.

Best Money Tips: 5 Beloved Tax Perks with Ugly Downsides

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. We look at five yummy tax breaks that could have dire consequences, how to make the most scrumptious Italian beef stew, and how

Throw an Awesome Potluck Dinner With These 6 Easy Tricks

You don't have to break the bank to throw an awesome dinner party. Throw the ultimate potluck by staying organized and minding your spend.

6 Rules of Creating a Powerfully Productive Workspace

The key to productivity may be a well-designed workspace. Learn how to set up your cubicle or office so it works for you.

Is It Time to Starve Your 401(k)?

We're told again and again that feeding a 401(k) guarantees a sturdy retirement. But is that really your best savings option?

Ask the Readers: What Do You Splurge On?

Tell us what you spurge on for a chance to win 1 of 3 $20 Amazon gift certificates!

The Only 4 Things You Need to Do to Start Investing

Investing sounds so complicated — and risky. This simple plan removes the complexity and helps you understand and tolerate the risks.

Best Money Tips: Sarcasm-Free Edition

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! This week, we have some of the best personal finance posts from around the web, completely and utterly without any snarky commen

Best Money Tips: Eat Organic on the Cheap

Today we found some great articles on eating organic on the cheap, renting your home, and homemade Halloween costume ideas.

The 8 Best Companies to Work For

It isn't easy working for the man, but these eight companies take some of the sting out of trading your time for money. Find out where to send your resume next!

Best Money Tips: Lessons From the Cat

Today, we give you lessons from Dr. Seuss, tips to save 30 minutes a day, advice to help single parents cut expenses, and a short checklist to ID real wheat and multigrain bread.

A Beginner's Guide to Miles and Points

Memorable family vacations are common adventures for savvy travel rewards card users. Begin a trip far away by starting with these basics.

Fixing the foreclosure crisis

Because homeowners are also voters, and because the subprime lending crisis threatens the whole economy, the federal government is trying to come up with ways to head off a massive

The Slow Bleed: Plugging Your Financial Leaks

Don't let your finances suffer death by a thousand cuts! Learn to stop the little leaks that add up to big bucks.

16 Best Baby Gifts on a Budget

"More expensive" definitely doesn't equal "better" when it comes to baby gifts. Bring one of these useful, frugal gifts to the next baby shower you attend.

The 12 Herbs and Spices Every Pantry Should Have

Not sure what spices to stock in your pantry? These 12 herbs and spices cover most kitchen situations — whether cooking or baking.