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8 Surprising Ways to Pay Off Your Student Loans

Get tough on student loan repayment with a little help from some unexpected places.

Ask The Readers: What is Your Personal Finance "Story?" (A Chance to Win $10!)

Everyone is writing a book these days (even a few personal finance blogs we know.. *ahem*). If you could, what would you call it? What would you cover? Answer for your chance to

Calculating the Cost of College

One of the hardest parts of saving for your child's college expenses is calculating just what those expenses will total. Here are some ideas to get a better financial picture of th

11 Ways Cycling Can Save You Money

Pedal yourself to big savings by taking to two wheels. You'll enjoy the wind in your hair, the extra dough in your pockets, and some easy fitness.

Queercents.com - Financial Tips from a Queer Perspective

Queercents founder, Nina Smith, talks about the importance of personal finance in the LGBT community. Have a read!

This Is the Secret to Buying Electronics for Cheap

New gadgets are great — except for the price. But if you don't mind doing some homework, you can get recent-vintage gear at a great discount.

Best Money Tips: How to Make Your Own Coffee Pods

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. We’re going to show you how to make your own coffee pods, why rechargeable batteries may not be the better buy, and how you can

4 Things Most People Don't Realize Are Holding Them Back

Is it always two steps forward, one step back? Don't get frustrated — understand what's holding you back, then move forward around it.

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.

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.

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.

How to Store Herbs to Make Them Last Longer and Taste Better

Herbs too often lose flavor before use, which means wasted herbs and money. Keep your herbs fresher longer with some simple storage tricks.

6 Benefits of Dumping a Losing Stock

Share and fund values rise and fall, so it can be hard to know when to sell a loser. Here are six ways to know when it's time to let go.

Budgeting for Study Abroad: What You'll Need, and How to Access Your Money

Studying abroad introduces students to a culture...and it can also be a crash course in budgeting and cash management. Here's what you need to know.

Best Money Tips: Steps to Make Sure You Buy the Right House

Today we found some amazing articles on buying the right house, maximizing your dollar at Subway, and creating work/life balance when your kids return to school.

Best Money Tips: Smart Ways to Stay on Schedule

Today we found smart ways to stay on schedule, ways to stretch your employee benefits dollars, and surprising things you can do with tea bags.

Book Review: Becoming a Category of One Second Edition by Joe Calloway

In Becoming a Category of One, business consultant Joe Calloway writes about how companies can successfully beat their competition by creating their own category of business and be

Ask the Readers: How Do You Save Money on Groceries?

Tell us how you save money on groceries and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!

Ask the Readers: What is Your Favorite Cleaning Hack?

Tell us about your favorite cleaning hack and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!

How to Tell If Someone Is Lying (Other Than the Long Nose)

Most of the time we trust other people to tell the truth, but sometimes something doesn't seem right. Here's how to tell if someone is fibbing.