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Miser v. Stunna: A Case Study

Miserly is derived from a Latin term that means "wretched." It is the linguistic blood relative of miserable. Stuntin' is when you spend too much money and w

This Is How You Get a New Job This Year

We've published a lot of job search advice at Wise Bread — this best of the best round-up can help anyone find a new job, today!

Best Money Tips: Unusual Uses For Soap

Today we found some awesome articles on unusual uses for soap, last minute tax filing tips, and how to earn more in less time.

5 Expensive Life Essentials Worth Investing In

While it's good to scrimp and save, you may want to think twice about cheaping out on these life essentials. They're worth every penny.

Take a Pass on Passover Markups

Kosher-for-Passover foods can be exorbitantly expensive. Follow these suggestions to keep your costs down.

How to Easily Use an iPad as a Laptop

You don't actually need both an iPad and a laptop. Convert your tablet into a multi-use tool with a few apps and accessories — for less than the cost of a new laptop.

5 Ways to Turn Your Walk Into a Real Workout

If you're already walking for fitness, why not add some extra kick — for extra fitness? It's easy!

26 Unexpected Uses for Aluminum Foil

You trust it in the fridge with leftovers and probably around the grill. Find out where else you can trust aluminum foil to save the day.

9 Common Apartment Hunting Mistakes to Avoid

Summer is moving season for lots of us. Make sure you land in the right place by avoiding some common rental miscues.

Best Money Tips: Dinner Recipes for $2 or Less

Today we found some fantastic articles on dinner recipes for $2 or less, where spending money could save you money, and resume red flags to avoid.

The 11 Craziest Elite Airline Perks

Most of us consider free snacks and extra legroom great airline extras. From private jets to Porsches, find out what the elite get instead of a bag of peanuts.

Book 'Em This Season

The book ‘em initiative is really what the Holiday Season in general and Christmas is about -- not just the giving of things, but of ideas, thoughts, experiences, things that make

5 Things to Avoid Before You File Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is trying enough already. Don't make it worse by making one of these mistakes.

15 Ways to Solve Your Problem

When you're facing a difficult situation, these 15 techniques — from going outside to remembering the Alamo — can help you find your solution.

How Rewards Cards Make Money

If you think you're gaming your credit card company, think again — you might be one of its biggest money makers. Learn how to avoid the trap.

3 Ways Technology Makes Personal Finances Easier

From saving money to staying on budget, technology has made it easier than ever to stay on top of my personal finances. Here are 3 ways technology has helped me save money and time

Stay Off the Frugal Path to Disaster

Frugality is a great tool. But if your approach to frugality is to pare away everything non-essential, you're setting yourself up for disaster.

Get In Gear For The New Year: 5 Tips For Making Resolutions

The New Year is infamous when it comes to resolutions — not because most people manage to turn over a new leaf but because we declare big goals, work towards them for a few months

7 Secret Cheap Steak Cuts You Should Be Asking For

You don’t need to be flush to satisfy a craving for steak. Ask your butcher for one of these cheaper but still delicious cuts instead.

The Best 4-Step Plan to Manage Your Medical Correspondence

How do you process the deluge of statements, notices, and bills for your healthcare? Processing them with these four steps could make the difference between overlooking important p