This week is officially America Saves Week 2008. This is a campaign started in 2007 by many government agencies and private entities to encourage Americans to save because the per
The humble safety pin can do more than just conceal clothing tears. Dig a couple out from the bottom of the drawer and put them to work!
Think that frugality means sacrifice? Not necessarily. These four suggestions help you cut costs, not enjoyment.
Working from home has its perks, but it's definitely not for everyone. Learn the truth, and then decide if you REALLY want to work from home.
If you're looking for big gains and can tolerate a little risk, it's time to look abroad. Global stocks may be the answer to your investment needs.
Check out these updated savings strategies for school books and supplies to give your child a rich curriculum on a modest budget.
Don't be afraid to save those pennies. Frugal is sexy — science is now proving it!
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Even with stricter post-crash lending standards, FHA home loans remain a great option for home buyers who don't have perfect credit or large down payments.
Today we found some great articles on ways to save money in college, free or inexpensive ways to have a good time, and interview tips that will help you get a job.
A savings account is crucial for your financial well-being. Don't have one? We'll tell you where to start looking!
Break out the dirndls and lederhosen — we've got your frugal, fun Oktoberfest party covered. Prōst!
You'll probably be making one (or more) of these terrible — and common — New Year Resolutions. Here's how to make them stick.
What can stalkers and crooks learn about you online? Find out before it's too late.
I've got a guest post up at Get Rich Slowly on why now — when interest rates are very low — is the time to think long-term.
A look back on Wise Bread's fabulously frugal 2006.
Well folks, I hope you have plenty of time on your hands. The initial 3-page document that Bush and Paulson put forward has grown somewhat. It's hardly surprising, considering how
I grew up trusting two men who lied to me. They arranged snipe hunts and told outlandish stories from long ago (their childhoods and young adult years in the 1920s, '30s, and '40s)
Today we found some awesome articles on how to retire on the cheap, ideas to increase your income, and dangers of leasing a car.
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