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Is Buying a Foreclosed Home Ever a Good Idea?

When you're looking for your new dream home, should you ever shift your gaze to a high-foreclosure neighborhood? Here's what you need to think about.

4GB Compact Flash Card - $37.50 inc. S&H

A 4GB flash card for under $40, shipped? Yup, it's a deal. Grab it while you can. [more]

Buy This — Not That — at the Farmer's Market

The fresh local fare at your neighborhood farmer's market is chock full of goodies — what's a good deal, and what should you skip?

Best Money Tips: 9 Ways to Manage People Who Bother You

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Today, we share tips for dealing with those you bug you, some of the best free birthday treats, and the official guide to cleani

Bruce Campbell: "A" Level Advice From a B Movie Actor

Bruce Campbell is embracing "B" movie actor status as he joins the ranks of timelessly funny Old Spice Commercials.

5 Sobering Facts About Student Loan Debt

Higher education comes at a high cost. How much more debt can recent graduates bear?

Best of Personal Finance Roundup: MasterCard Acceptance Guidelines

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best of Personal Finance roundup. Today, we give you insight into how retailers should treat your MasterCard, 24 secret menus at your favorite eateries, and

Best Money Tips: How to Order from a Taco Truck

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Today, give you everything you need to know about

17 Creative Things to Do with Phone Books

More than half a BILLION phone books are printed and distributed every year in the U.S., which is nearly two books for every American. That consumes about 19 million trees. Here

Veteran Business Owners Benefit from a Marketing Makeover

There are more than 25 million veterans nationwide. Those who become entrepreneurs and small business owners can use their military service as a springboard to new customers an

7 Delayed-Spending Tricks That Help Pay Off Debt

If you're willing to delay gratification and avoid purchases today — but not forever — you can save money now and eliminate your debt sooner.

Could you profit from Obama and Geithner's toxic assets plan?

This week the United States Treasury announced the Legacy Loans Program. The program is meant to be a partnership between the government and private investors to clear "toxic" ass

Best Money Tips: 25 Morning Habits for a Great Day

Today we found some great articles on morning habits for a great day, ways to save $100 this week, and things you can do this summer to boost your career.

Depressed? It Could Be Your Debt

If you're depressed and anxious, or your physical health is poor, a new study says it might closely be related to your debt.

Best Money Tips: Easy Strategies for Healthy Eating Habits

Today we found some great articles on strategies for healthy eating, myths that get in the way of business success, and how to clean everything inside your home and out.

15 Ways to Stay on Budget — Even With Your Spendy Friends

You don't have to give up spending time with your friends if you have decided to stop spending money. Here's what to do instead.

Your Job as a Personal Finance Literature Reader

I wish I could tell you exactly what to do, but whether saving a few bucks is worth your time is well, a question only you can answer. It's your job. Do it well.

Being asthmatic just got more expensive

Feeling wheezy? Asthma attack coming on? Reaching for that inhaler? Let's stop and think about the CPP (cost per puff). Oh, it may not seem like much now, but that will all change soon. [more]

The Money Trail

What were your best and worst financial decisions this year? Sarah Winfrey shares hers.

Book Review: The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Financial Aid for College (Second Edition)

You don’t have to be a complete idiot to need a little guidance in matters of finding and securing money for college. But just in case you are,