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10 Resolutions for the Green Revolution

Make a New Year's resolution to be more environmentally friendly with these 10 steps to green your life.

Best Money Tips: Ways to Save Money on College Textbooks

Today we found some awesome articles on saving on college textbooks, never wasting money on spoiled food again, and surprising times when your credit counts.

Free Prescription Drugs for Those Who Qualify

Prescription drugs are expensive. While generics do offer some relief, if you have to have several filled, your pharmacy bill can add up fast.

Frugality, Small Business, and More with Thousandaire's Kevin McKee

Check out our interview with Kevin McKee for tips on living frugally, advice for starting a business, and his favorite ways to use Skype!

Book review: In Defense of Food

The message of this book is simple: "Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants." Michael Pollan gives it away right at the start, so I don't feel too bad doing the sam

9 Dollar Store DIY Projects to Try Out

Get your craft on for less with these fun and inexpensive projects for accessories, home decorations, and more.

Smart Shopping: Guide to Researching a Purchase

Need help making sure you're not making a purchase you'll regret? Follow these simple guidelines to make sure you wind up a happy, satisfied customer.

How the Election Will Affect Your Credit Cards

How will credit card companies react to the U.S. Presidential election? We have some predictions — and some things you should do to prepare yourself.

15 Amazing Uses for Baby Powder

Baby powder is not just for babies! Discover how it can do everything from cleaning pets to fixing squeaky floors.

“If you've got an area of excellence…rich can be arranged.”

That’s part of a quote from a great Martin Scorcese movie – The Color Of Money. Certainly not in my top 10, it has Tom Cruise in it after all, but it had some sparkling dialogue fr

Best Money Tips: Benefits of Shopping at Farmers Markets

Today we found some fantastic articles on the benefits of shopping at farmer's markets, curbing compulsive spending this Christmas, and teaching personal finance.

Six Horrible Financial Products You Should Avoid

Dealing with financial products can be very confusing and stressful, but there are some products that you should absolutely stay away from for the sake of your financial health. Here are a list of six things I think people should avoid. [more]

Retirement on the installment plan

Among the fraction of the population who manage to put money aside, many view their investments through the lens of retirement.  They've got a number in mind--call it $X--enoug

Free Bag of Yummy Corozonas Chips!

Get a coupon for a free bag of Corazonas heart healthy snacks!

New Ideas for Old Neckties

Recently, at an open mic night event my husband and I attended with friends, I noticed an interesting use of a recycled necktie. Seeing this reminded me of a skirt I saw years ago

Miss the Big Sale? Claim Your Savings Anyway

Use these techniques to haggle your way to savings, even if you miss a sale.

Imagine Whirled Peas… In Your Face!

A recent study has found a link between bumper stickers and road rage.

Book Review: Full of Bull - Do What Wall Street Does, Not What it Says by Stephen McClellan

Stephen T. McClellan is a seasoned securities analyst who has more than 32 years experience with several different well known investment firms. In his book Full of Bull- Do What W

Will house prices keep dropping?

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

Best Money Tips: Triggers for Financial Infidelity

Today we found some great articles on triggers for financial infidelity, how to do your own landscaping, and tips for buying your first home.