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Best Money Tips: Lower-Calorie Super Bowl Snacks

Today, we share smart ways to snack during the Super Bowl, car sharing mistakes to avoid, dinner ideas for under $6, and more.

How to Save Big Money on Next Year's Lawn and Garden

The time to start planning your lawn and garden is right now. Get the tips you need to save some green come spring time.

Best Money Tips: Make Your Clothes Last Longer

Today we found some great articles on clothing care tips, how to know if canceling cable is the right move for you, and how a fitness routine can improve your finances.

Best Money Tips: Starbucks Hacks That Will Save You Money

Today we found some great articles on Starbucks hacks that will save you money, money mindsets to adopt today, and starting a business you love.

Investment Allocation by Age: Birth to 10 Years Old

When kids are young, investing is usually done on their behalf. However, it's possible to get kids started with their own investments at a surprisingly early age.

Best Money Tips: Frugal Dining Out Tips

Today we found some great articles on frugal dining out tips, free things to do this summer, and financial advisor red flags.

5 Great Money Lessons I Learned From My Immigrant Parents

Chinese households save 30% of their disposable income (compared to 6% for Americans). Want to know our secret?

Free Ways to Keep Big Brother Out of Your Bidness

Cell Phone Madness I just love finding out that the government can find new and unique ways to listen in on our lives. [more]

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!

7 Ways to Help Your Parents Save Money

Help your parents enjoy their golden years without spending a fortune yourself.

How to Beat Grocery Price Increases

Facing grocery price increases caused by food shortages can be daunting — but with these frugal techniques, you can drastically cut your bill.

New Credit Card Legislation Buzz: An Interview with Wall Street Journal’s Mary Pilon

The AP just announced that new credit card rules have passed legislation and are headed to President Obama for final approval. Much speculation can be made on how this new set of

Frugal Living Lessons From The First Thanksgiving

Here in the United States, Thanksgiving is a holiday governed by some fairly specific traditions. We know that these traditions are mostly modern inventions, but on some level we a

When Priorities Collide: How to Keep Your Head

My guess is that many of you Wisebread readers know your financial priorities and have some idea of how you want to achieve these, though you may not have all the details ironed ou

20 Most Useful Pet Food Websites

If your pet has a picky palate, you can save on time and money by shopping at these online pet food vendors.

Buying Your First Home: What to Do and When to Do It

Buying your first home can be incredibly rewarding — and incredibly stressful. Keep your head on straight (and even enjoy the process!) with this guide.

The 12 Herbs and Spices Every Pantry Should Have

Not sure what spices to stock in your pantry? These 12 herbs and spices cover most kitchen situations — whether cooking or baking.

10 Affordable Kids' Gifts That Won't Rot Their Brains

Give a kid an "educational" toy and it'll soon migrate to the bottom of the toy box. Try these toys and games that are fun first and smart second.

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.

Here's Everything You Need to Get Started With Bitcoin

Bitcoin is not quite as hot as it once was, but it's still traded and used. Now that prices are more modest, are you ready to test the popular cryptocurrency?