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Chat With the Cheapest Man in America at WashingtonPost.com (2/28 12:00 pm EST)

Join Wise Bread blogger Jeff Yeager, the cheapest man in America, for an online chat at the Washington Post's website. Drop by, ask a question, and help Jeff spread the messag

Best Money Tips: 216 Affordable Gifts for Everyone on Your List

Today we found some awesome articles on 216 gifts for everyone on your list, frugal lunch ideas, and reasons to list or buy a home in December.

Shopping for Luggage: In Search of the Rolling Duffel Carry-on Backpack Thing

So you've decided to take the plung and make this summer the one where you take your dream trip to Europe. Or Thailand. Or Australia. Or all of the above. But you survey your l

7 Hot Credit Card Trends for 2013

From mobile wallets to great sign-up bonuses to (could it be?) easy credit, learn about next year's big credit card trends.

Are Your Frugal Ways Hurting Us All?

Frugal living can be a very responsible thing -- it prevents piling waste into landfills and it promotes the financial well being of your family. But sometimes, can frugality be ir

Best Money Tips: Frugal Ways to Beat the Winter Blahs

Today we found some stellar articles on frugal ways to beat the winter blahs, resources for a complete job search, and what to do with unwanted gifts.

Pay 1980’s Prices for Today’s Adorable OshKosh Kid’s Clothing!

I remember the first time I picked out my own brand new school clothes. They were made by Oshkosh (or OshKosh B’Gosh at that time), and they were fashionable and

Big Savings and Free Shipping Through Monday at Ann Taylor Loft!

Ann Taylor Loft is one of those stores I can spend hours in, but I almost always walk away without a purchase. Why? The products

Best Money Tips: Find an Affordable Flu Shot

Today we found some stellar articles on finding an affordable flu shot, jobs for people who want to work from home, and things that will be cheaper in 2013.

Intro to 5 Super Safe Investments

If you’re new to investing and determined to keep your principal safe, consider these five places to store your money and earn a little something extra.

The Bailbondsman Approach: Why Some Of Us Stay Broke

The government is letting people think that it's okay to make bad choices. The Treasury is rewarding bad behavior and the consumer is learning nothing except to keep up the

Best Money Tips: Tips for Spending Less Money

Today we found some great articles on tips for spending less money, keeping the peace when parents move in with their adult children, and selling your clothes for cash.

Restaurant Recipes at Home-Cooked Prices

Look for 'clone' recipes to make your favorite restaurant dishes at home.

Joy of Life Club

Want to stay in San Francisco but don't want to pay an arm and a leg? Want more out of that $100 + a night stay in the city in the way of personality? Want some place that'

Tax Document Checklist: What to Gather Before Doing Your Taxes

Don't wait until the last minute start collecting your tax documents and receipts. Instead, get everything together early with this checklist.

Love Your Skin With Free Health Screenings!

May is skin cancer awareness month, and as a close friend to many skin cancer survivors, I know how important it is to get regular check-ups. I

Does living frugally hurt the economy?

When I advocate for frugal living, people sometimes ask, "What if everybody lived like that?  Wouldn't it hurt the economy?"  My natural inclination toward frugal liv

How Wisebread helped me get 45mpg out of my 28mpg car.

There have been several great articles written by my fellow Wisebread writers on gas efficient driving , slowing down and hypermiling . I think the sign of a good blog is that we

Why Superstition Makes You Buy Insurance

Our illogical brains lead us to buy insurance when we need it the least and forget about it when we need it the most. Here's how to change the cycle.

Best Money Tips: Free Ways to Spend Time With Your Family

Today we found some fantastic articles on free ways to spend time with your family, making money in your spare time, and interview tips for recent grads.