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Best of Personal Finance Roundup: 5 Ways to Reduce How Much You Need to Retire by $300,000

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best of Personal Finance roundup. Today, we look at how you can reduce your necessary retirement bill by $300,000, 12 tips for being the best thrift store s

10 Ways to Save on a Night (or Day) at the Movies

With summer comes soaring temps and blockbuster movies. Beat the heat and the high cost of summer movies with this cast of cinematic cost-cutters.

Track Your Refunds or Get Ripped Off

“Refunds” are supposedly different from “rebates”, although honestly, you might never know it, since both are difficult to obtain. [more]

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.

Create Your First Shared Budget Without Blowing Up Your Relationship

Sharing your life with someone can be one of the most exciting and fulfilling things you ever do. Sharing your budget? Well...here are some suggestions.

How I Erased $70,000 of Debt and Became an Eventual Millionaire

Personal finance blogger Jaime Tardy shares how she eliminated more than $70k of debt and then set her financial sights even higher.

Why I Hate Credit Card Points

Is racking up frequent flier miles a bad idea? Learn why one writer wants almost nothing to do with credit card rewards, unless they're cash back.

5 More Ways to Save Money on Homeschool Supplies

Check out these updated savings strategies for school books and supplies to give your child a rich curriculum on a modest budget.

The 12 Most Dangerous Foods You're Buying

Bacteria, heart disease, and cancer, oh my! These are the most dangerous foods you're probably buying.

7 DIY Crafts That Will Save You Money

You can save some serious cash by making decor, gifts, and home goods — without spending a lot on tools and supplies. Let's get crafty!

Best Money Tips: How to Dispute Your Mechanic Bill

Today we found some great articles on disputing your mechanic bill, 3 things to do when deciding to buy a house, and how to get a job using LinkedIn.

Best Money Tips: Ways to Cut Your Tax Bill

Today we found some fantastic articles on cutting your tax bill, saving on your grocery bill, and getting a job after college.

The one website everyone needs to read (apart from WB of course)

I like to keep up with all the latest news and info. I'm a big fan of Digg, BBC news, NPR, CNN, all the usual suspects. I thought I was fairly well-versed on the places to get

Garage Triage: Organize Your Garage for Maximum Chore and Storage Efficiency

If your garage is filled with everything but a car, reclaim that space. Get creative, get organized, and transform how you use your garage.

5 Times You Should Demand a Raise

You want a raise, but when is it right to ask for one? Here are five times you've definitely earned a pay bump — and are likely to get it.

14 Things Good Hosts Never Do

You're sure to be the host with the least if you're doing any of this at your next gathering.

Why I Like My Flip Phone: The 5 Smartphone Effects

A smartphone might be a smart financial decision...for some people. One writer shares why he's sticking with his humble flip phone.

The 5 Best Deodorants for Women

You can try to DIY deodorant, but your friends and neighbors may not like the results. Choose one of these five best deodorants for women instead.

Is Paypal making impulse buyers of us all?

Over the past few months I’ve noticed that more and more places accept Paypal and I began to wonder…is this going to create a generation of impulse buyers?

Find Your Hidden Spending Habits and Save

If you want to increase savings, find your hidden spending habits and wring out the waste. Start by checking out these spending categories.