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You've heard of credit cards offering airline miles, but checking and savings accounts? Yep, even those who insist on cash can earn miles.
Retirement saving has never been easy, but for today's young adults, it seems impossible. Here's how to understand today's special saving challenges.
Frugal experts champion certain vacations as great ways to save, but these trips are not one-size-fits-all fun. Avoid these pitfalls on your next vacation.
Ever miss the days when getting lost meant pulling out a crinkly paper map, and then calling for help on the nearest payphone? We don't either.
My husband and I are no strangers to the job hunt scene. Before he was even out of college, we were scouring the newspapers, searching the onli
The Apple Watch is here — and we've rounded up some must-have finance apps to help you manage your money. Is your wrist ready for personal finance?
Dental issues can be painful and expensive...and they're not particularly fun, either. The solution? Taking good care of your teeth, so problems don't occur.
Soon enough autumn will bring the chill. Warm up your home in the cool months ahead with some frugal fall crafts.
During the December holidays, it can feel super stressful to even THINK about preparing for the new year. Don't worry! Follow this list, and you'll be ready for 2013.
All too often, business owners will insure their property, assets, and loans. But they don't stop to consider what is most valuable in the business: people. Here are a few ways
Want to look like a million bucks without spending a million bucks? These beauty hacks will have you saving in no time.
The snow has melted. The kids are gone to grandma's. Sounds like the best (and most frugal) thing to do this April would be to stay home and clean, organize, and sell all that
Since 1998, the US Treasury has had a pretty good deal for small savers who were worried about inflation--the Series I Savings Bond. The interest it paid was based on inflation pl
Put some of the whiz-bang gadget gifts you received last year to work. That tech can save you big on this year's holiday shopping.
Depending on your situation and your goals, opting out of your 401(k) plan can be a smart financial decision.
Forget Cosmo. Put away your Oprah Magazine. Turn off the microdermabrasion informercial and toss the $75 ultra-rich moisturizer. There are the cheap ways to look and feel beauti
I don't think much of the "buy low, sell high" model for house purchases. I think a house should be purchased as a place to live, in which case the main questions are whether you
A little greenery can go a long way! Add a houseplant or two, and you might be surprised at the savings.
For this entire week (8/10 - 8/17), SVB of The Digerati Life will be answering questions in our forum about blogging, personal finance, and entreprenruship! This is part of Wise Br
A while ago an article on Wise Bread talked about how complaining via a letter works much more effectively than complaining with phone calls. This made me think about all the othe
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