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The Best and Worst Things to Buy in November

November is one of the happiest months for budget-conscious shopping. And there are deals to be had all month long — not just around Black Friday.

Why Small Businesses Should Pursue Free Trade

Recent free trade agreements have opened up new markets for American business, including small business. Here's how to get started.

How to See the Summer's Blockbuster Movies Without Breaking the Bank

Seeing summer movies is a great way to be entertained and beat the heat. But going to the theater can be crazy pricey — unless you save with these deals.

Is Your Online Business In Danger of Privacy Violations?

A thoughtful privacy policy that respects and protects your customers' private data encourages trust, and sales.

9 Fun Activities to Help You Tighten Up Your Work Skills

Want to improve your resume and general workplace awesomeness? Try taking on one of these fun (and surprisingly useful) activities.

Best Money Tips: Don't Let Your Baby Blow Your Grocery Budget

Today we found some awesome articles on keeping your baby from blowing your grocery budget, credit card myths, and benefits of one car households.

Join Our Tweetchat on Thu 9/15, 12pm Pacific for a Chance to Win Prizes

Topic: Saving money in college. Join our conversation for chance to win Amazon gift certificates! Use #WBChat to participate!

Holiday shipping deadlines coming up

Start shopping now if you want to get your stuff before December 25 and use free or standard shipping. Deal Hack reminds us that holiday shipping deadlines are fast approaching. [more]

Five Tips for a Smooth Nanny Share

Nanny sharing is a great way to save money on child care...if you do it right. Here's how to make sure you get the most of out your nanny share.

Best Money Tips: Hidden Costs of Buying a House

Today we found some awesome articles on the hidden costs of buying a house, vacations to take when your budget is low, and alternatives to traditional gift-wrapping.

iPhone - More features unveiled

I know we've had a lot of chit-chat back and forth over the past month about the iPhone. Well, it looks like those boffins are giving you even more value for money. I particularly like the sideburns. [more]

Carnival Of Money Stories #7

Welcome to the 7th edition of the Carnival of Money Stories! I enjoyed reading all of the entries and will probably end up stealing most of your ideas for my own blog. [more]

Is This Job Worth It?

This post technically isn't about me. It's about a friend, a lousy job situation, and soliciting feedback from our readers for a friend of mine. Tiffany is an engineer who works for a small start-up. [more]

Intimidated by Retirement Investing? Get Professional Help!

It might seem like something of a no-brainer to ask for professional investment advice, particularly about retirement. That said, there's still an astonishing number of people I know who don't. [more]

Do you write like a girl?

Based on some of the comments we get around here, it's safe to say that some of you might suspect me of possessing my very own pair of cajones. Attached ones, that is. Not, like, in a jar or something. [more]

Best Money Tips: How to Book Cheap Flights

Today we found some awesome articles on how to book cheap flights, dividing expenses as a couple, and tips for saving on daily living.

DIY Prime Rib

Prime Rib may sound intimidating to try at home. After all, restaurants can charge an upwards of $35 (think Lawry's) per cut. But it is one of those dishes where once you get the timing right, it's really easy, and a huge deal. [more]

Best Money Tips: How to Throw a Fun and Frugal Super Bowl Party

Today we found some awesome articles on how to throw a fun and frugal Super Bowl Party, encouraging nutrition in your family, and naming a guardian for your kids.

Best Money Tips: How to Handle a Canceled Flight

Today we found some great tips for dealing with a canceled flight, getting kids excited about art, and saving money on appliances.

Saving money for kids made easy (NOT) by banks

Last week, I closed a no-maintenance-fee account because I was charged a hefty you-haven’t-deposited-any-money-lately fee a/k/a dormant account fee. I offered to make a deposit in exchange for a fee waiver; no way was the response. [more]