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On a typical day, I probably appear fairly rural in my mannerisms. I call lunch “dinner” and dinner “supper.” Everyone in my family has a pair of bibbers, a work coat, and mud bo
When it comes to laptops for teens and college students, the options can feel overwhelming. We've narrowed it down with five great picks.
Today we found some awesome articles on back to school clothes shopping tips, protecting your identity, and building a LinkedIn profile that will help you get a job.
Learning just how much money these celebrity animals make will both impress you and depress you.
When the going gets tough, the tough accumulate huge piles of cash. Great. But what do you do with it once you've piled it all up. There are lots of options out there, but which on
Everybody knows that retirement accounts like 401(k)s and IRAs offer great tax advantages (and once upon a time--and maybe again someday--a corporate match). But people who have p
Today we found helpful articles on ways to save big at BJ’s Wholesale Club, train hacks for your next trip, and health snacks that actually work against you.
Most of the people who give us advice mean well, but that doesn't mean their advice is helpful. Here's the advice that you should have been given.
No need to finance a whole new wardrobe with a baby on board! Save big on maternity clothes to stay frugal and fashionable.
Today we found some awesome articles on small things you can do to save money, dry cleaning dos and don'ts, and claims people make to close a deal.
Get the most out of your business purchases with the best business travel credit cards.
The next time your boss catches you reading Wise Bread, share a link to this post. Your "slacking" may actually add to the company's bottom line.
Car sharing is taking off in urban centers around the world. Here's what you need to know.
Food, Inc., a movie detailing the origins and production of food, came to theaters last month. While I'm glad I've become more knowledgeable about food, in light of Food, Inc.'s re
If you are in the process of buying a new primary residence or second home, or considering refinancing a loan, a new set of federal consumer protection rules taking effect on July
Put your home on autopilot with these three gadgets, and watch the savings roll in all year long.
Are you a coupon-clipper? Do you plan on becoming one? Have you shunned the practice out of principle, time, or apathy? Maybe you clip a little here and there, but leave the har
"You should never pay more than $10 for a standard six-foot HDMI cable" -CNET
ETFs are rapidly becoming one of the more popular investments, hot on mutual funds' tail. So how exactly are they different?
How will your health habits will change in January? Will you save money as a result? Or do you even bother waiting until the New Year (you can start now!)? We'd love to hear what o
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