Almost everything is negotiable, and these 10 everyday costs are no exception. Read this list and start paying less!
If you earned under $58,000 last year, you can file your taxes for free. And, if you're worried you can't pay on time, you can get an extension, too. Learn more!
Need a boost after your workout but can't stand the drain to your pocketbook? Make your own cheaper, tastier, and healthier versions at home!
Everybody loves a good labor-saving, clever shortcut, right? Unless it's one of these clever shortcuts that wind up costing you more time or money — or both!
Today we found some fantastic articles on rearing money-smart kids, cultivating your X-factor, and making life insurance more affordable.
I use Skype daily to make free online calls. It's so simple even my parents are doing it!
The usual advice is to never, ever borrow from a retirement account. Here are a couple of scenarios when it might be a good idea.
Don't ever click "Buy" unless you have a discount code. Here's where to find those coupon codes, no matter where you shop.
Got $500 burning a hole in your pocket? Instead of blowing it on stuff, use it wisely to improve your finances, your home, or yourself.
Few of us have the on-court talent to command an NBA salary, but we can still learn some money lessons from the world of pro players.
Chinese households save 30% of their disposable income (compared to 6% for Americans). Want to know our secret?
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Avoiding — and climbing out of — debt is pretty simple. But that doesn't mean it's easy. Learn why you're still in debt — and how to get out of it.
There are lots of ways to cut grocery costs, but these five strategies may be the cleverest — and they aren't difficult to do, either.
Ask our finance expert Jeff Rose (CFP) a personal finance question over Twitter. Contest ends tomorrow!
A real retirement seems to be moving further from reach. Bring it closer with good planning and realistic expectations.
Did you know that travel websites might be charging you more just because of the computer you're using? Learn how to avoid that and three other sneaky tricks.
One quirk of the tax law is that any contributions to a Roth IRA before April 15 count against last year's limits. Here are four good reasons to open one now.
You can make that move happen — just make sure you consider these five things.
Reaching goals is often its own reward, but when it isn't, go ahead, do something nice and frugal for yourself.
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