In addition to the fantastic finds on the end caps of most aisles of your local Target store, there are fabulous hidden deals to be had for those of us who rea
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With a little creativity, these hobbies can be parlayed into part-time gigs.
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Just like any financial decision, there are pros and cons to paying cash for a house.
Without a doubt, there are some components to today's beds that are just unnecessary, but I think that most can agree on the core parts of a functioning bed.
Have you ever gotten a bill where something seemed a little off? Ever wished you could quickly check to see if it was good? Well, here's how.
From soups to sauces, using frugal chicken stock is a great way to pump up the flavor in a variety of dishes. Check out these delicious and surprising recipes.
This is my story of shock, anger, and finally disgust at the practices of netSpend.
I charge absolutely everything to my credit card. Everything. Here are the reasons why I am a credit card junkie.
Need some non-crafty, hardly homemade gift ideas, all for less than $5? Here are 25 with something suitable for nearly everyone on your gift list.
Cold sores are painful, ugly, and take a long time to heal. Here's how to avoid (and treat) these nasty little lesions.
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Do you have any of these items lurking in your home that should be thrown (or given) away? Here's a list of 25 things to get rid of right now.
Do-it-yourselfers who are weary of yet another trip to the home improvement store may like this DIY project. It has the possibilities of increasing home equity just as quickly as a bath remodel or new deck.
Is it better to pay $100 per month extra on your mortgage or make an extra payment at the end of each year? It depends on your loan balance and interest rate.
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Looking in my wallet, there are no less than 5 prepaid debit or gift cards hiding at any one time.
Rice cakes are low cost, low calorie, and largely low flavor. Dress them up with responsible-sized helpings of these delicious toppings.
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