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Ask the Readers: What Do You Buy in Bulk?

Tell us about your bulk purchases and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!

5 Money-Saving Tips for the Summer Road Trip

Millions of Americans will hit the road this summer for the time-honored family vacation. Here are some tips to ensure the family budget doesn't take a hit.

Ask the Readers: How Do You Show Love Without Spending Money?

Tell us how you show love without spending money and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!

How to Save on School Supplies Without Going Crazy

You can get everything on your kid's school-supply list for cheap, and you don't even need to run all around town to find the best deals. Here's how.

Best Money Tips: How to Age Well on a Shoestring

Today we found some great articles on how to age well on a shoestring, tools to help you reclaim your time, and a morning checklist for the best day ever.

9 Money Saving Reasons to Buy a Food Dehydrator

Food dehydrators can save you money and time, and are very affordable these days. Here are nine ways a dehydrator can help you stretch your budget

5 Online Tools to Help You Land a Job

There are social media tools out there that — when utilized properly — are a great resource to build a personal brand and online portfolio, as well as to network for a job (unlike

Get free 411 directory assistance that really works (a review)

Stop getting price-gouged for dialing 411! You could be getting the same information for free — here's how.

The Expiring Bush Tax Cuts: What’s the Fuss?

Given the continually fragile state of the economy and enormous budget deficits, should the tax cuts be extended or should they be permitted to expire?

Balancing Act: The Perils of Budgeting

Tackling a budget requires you to do one big thing with your finances — find the balance.

Switching Addictions

Sometimes trading one addiction for another can save both your money and your health.

12 Crucial Things Homebuyers Overlook at Open Houses

Know the difference between the things that matter and those that don't, when looking at an open house.

Grocery Jargon: 10 Terms to Know Before You Hit the Aisles

Food labels are covered with feel-good terms these days — but what does "natural," "organic," or "grass fed" really mean? Find out here.

Best Money Tips: Save on Early Bird Plane Tickets

Today we found some fantastic articles on saving on early bird plane tickets, the secrets to part-time job success, and frugal uses for your income tax return.

Women and Savings: What to Do at Your Life Stage

Whether you're just starting your career or looking to retire shortly, this guide can help you build your wealth.

Best Money Tips: Top Ways to Fix a Bad First Impression

Today we found some great articles on the best ways to fix a bad first impression, 3-ingredient cocktail recipes, and why you should always check prices when shopping on Amazon.

Three Types of Food that Can Make Encores

As much as I enjoy cooking, I hate doing more work than I have to. I’ve made a point to start making dishes that easily become something else for the next meal (or two or three). I

Best Money Tips: Teaching Kids About Money

Today we found some great articles on teaching kids about money, things that are causing your bills to skyrocket, and the best ways to make extra money.

5 Frugal Ways to Go Green in 2013

Make 2013 your year to help the environment...and your wallet. Here a five simple ways to turn over a new leaf and save a little money, too.

Best Money Tips: The Debt Movement Edition

In honor of The Debt Movement, we wanted to share with you some of the best debt related articles we have published over the years!