It’s that dreaded time of year. Each trip to town requires a 10-minute pre-start on my car, and the hated task of scraping my windshield. There are several options to help you wi
Paying for a college education can last up to 20 years post-graduation. These seven careers are not only growing in opportunity, but they can som
You can easily see brand-new movies in the theaters for free. Yes, totally free. Really.
Enjoy this lighthearted anecdotal story illustrating the North American tax system.
Make your razor go the extra mile — and last up to a year — with these money-saving (and razor-saving) tricks.
I scoured the web looking for the obvious and not-so-obvious mistakes DIY addicts make and compiled this list.
In the 1950s and 1960s, a working man could support a family at a middle-class standard of living with just one income. It might surprise you to learn that one person working full
So you've popped open a bottle of wine...now, what do you do with the wine cork? You have a surprising number of options.
Well, it's that time again. The tax deadline is just around the corner. If you still haven't done your return, take a look at the top 20 funky, strange and outrageous deductions
Baking soda and vinegar have long been touted to have great cleaning properties, but never did I think that they could clean hair.
A staple in frugal pantries the world over, cabbage is full of nutrients, low in pesticides, and inexpensive. Add cabbage to your diet with one of these classic preparations.
A few weeks ago, I took a seminar called "Commanding Your Clutter" at a local community college. Here's what I learned about collecting, hoarding, shopping, and finally, letting go
Food is a huge part of most families' budgets. Maximize your supermarket spending by using one of these great grocery cash-back cards.
I’ll make no bones about it; I love beer. But you don’t just have to drink beer straight from the bottle. If you’re feeling experimental, here are 21 (the lega
For many years now, thousands of folks have been earning a little extra cash by doing Mystery Shopping (aka Secret Shopping). [more]
In the United States job seekers are protected by a myriad of anti-discrimination laws. Despite these laws many potential employers still want employees that fit a narrow profile
I used to be afraid of bargaining. The thought of haggling over a price, or even asking for a discount, was embarrassing. Then I began visiting countries in which haggling is expec
I can usually tell when it's going to rain because, as the barometric pressure builds, my face feels more and more like it's going to burst off the rest of my head. Over the ye
Even if you are laid off, your employer can challenge your right to receive benefits.
There’s something about owning a pet that appeals to everyone. [more]
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