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When More is Less

We've all heard that less is more. If you're like me, you've also heard at least a million ways to apply that. But is the opposite ever true? Do we ever save in the long run by spe

Stuff We Love: A Mimijumi Baby Bottle, Because It's More Like Mom

Why does the Mimijumi work so well? A bottle this similar to mom makes the transition from breast to bottle easy as pie.

Are you a telecommuter paying commuter rates for auto insurance?

A couple of things to ask your insurance agent that might save you a good deal off of your car insurance.

Best Money Tips: Budgeting for the Present and Future

Today we found some stellar articles on budgeting for the present and future, buying life insurance, and financial considerations before you become your own boss.

Economic effects of pandemic flu in a recession

While health authorities worry about the human cost of pandemics, other policy-makers have tended to focus on the economic costs. Economic impact takes many forms--drops in produc

Stylish Coupon Organizers Giveaway

Two super cool companies approached us recently about introducing Wise Bread readers to their stylish coupons organizers. We know how our readers love to save money and look cool d

Best Money Tips: Ways to "Beat" the Stock Market

Today we found some great articles on ways to "beat" the stock market, saving for retirement, and prepping for guests with Dollar Store buys.

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10 Reasons Why You Should Ask for Cash This Christmas

If you're reluctant to put greenbacks on your wishlist, don't be. Cash is a great gift to give — and to receive.

12 Foods You Must Add to Your Diet This Year

It's not often you hear a New Year's resolution that includes the words "eat more." But with these healthy foods, that's precisely what you should do.

5 Good Reasons to Keep Your "Clunker"

The United States recently approved another $2 billion in funding for the "cash for clunkers" program after the program burned through $1 billion in less than a week. Although th

Miami Frugality Meetup With Myscha and Frugal Duchess This Monday

Myscha and Sharon are hosting a frugality meetup in the greater Miami area this Monday afternoon from 2:00-4:00 pm. There's a free raffle for a frugality consultation and free cop

Best Money Tips: Pay Down Holiday Debt Quickly

Today we found some awesome articles on paying down holiday debt quickly, getting your retirement plan back on track, and honey do's to start your New Year off right.

9 Free Things to Do in Any City You Visit

Wherever you travel, chances are you will find plenty of fun — and free — places and happenings to experience the people and culture. Here's where to start looking.

8 Personal Finance Lessons From "Parks and Recreation"

The staff at the Pawnee Parks and Recreation Department can teach us a lot about personal finance, whether they mean to or not.

25 Clever Ways to Dress Up Cheap Food

That box of mac 'n cheese will never be haute cuisine, but with these clever upgrades, it'll get darn close.

Can Your Spending Patterns Affect Your Credit?

Regardless of how fiscally cautious and responsible you are as a credit card holder, you may still be curious to know just how much credit card companies know about you through you

15 Easy Dinner Party Dishes You Can Make in Advance

Make hosting a dinner party a lot less stressful — and a lot more fun — with with these easy, make-ahead dishes.

5 Things You Can Do in 15 Minutes That Could Save You $1,500 This Year

Looking for more ways to cut costs? These five ways cost hardly any time, but the savings add up to nearly $1,500 a year.

The 5 Hardest-to-Kill Houseplants

No matter how black your thumb, these hardy indoor growers will keep green whatever the level of inattention and neglect you care to give them.