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If you want to start earning good side income, it doesn't make sense to invest money in traditional marketing efforts right away. Here are 7 cheap or free ways you can use to
I love a bargain. We all do here at Wise Bread. But after a few personal disasters from being cheap, I opened up the topic to some of my fellow Wise Bread bloggers. What did they do to save a buck and how much did it cost them? [more]
When you're in the red, it can feel like you'll never be able to crawl your way back into the black. Make it happen with this emergency plan.
Saving is nothing more than delayed gratification in action, but trying to defeat our desires for instant gratification outright is often a dead-end endeavor. It's easier if you en
As reusable water bottles become more common, you may think you have too many. But these containers are useful for much more than just holding water.
It's always been easy for me to say that I support indie art, but it's been a lot harder to actually do. [more]
Having just spent the last 48 hours desperately scrubbing my home from top-to-bottom in anticipation of the arrival of some house guests, I appreciated The Simple Dollar's post thi
Ever protested an unfair retail policy, pointed out that an advertisement is misleading, organized a boycott, or somehow advocated for yourself or another consumer? Whether you won
Knowing the right questions to ask can help you get better advice and bigger refunds.
Like free food? How about french fries? In celebration of a new kind of fry, you and all your friends can score some, with no additional purchase necessary! Read on to find out
Over the past few months I’ve noticed that more and more places accept Paypal and I began to wonder…is this going to create a generation of impulse buyers?
A little too generous this holiday season? Get back in the black with these quick debt-busting tips.
This is the perfect book for a Wise Bread reader. It covers just about everything we talk about here--life hacks, investing, frugality--and does it with insight and humor. (And n
Today we found some fantastic articles on taking a cruise on the cheap, avoiding airfare pricing glitches, and reasons to continue working after retirement.
Many people dream of being rich, but few of us are willing to take the steps to get there — or we take the wrong ones. Here's a better plan.
It takes more than $1.40 to buy one euro today. It cost less than $1 as recently as late 2002. A Canadian dollar is worth just about exactly a US dollar--a parity not seen since
You have to do laundry, but that doesn't mean you have to spend a lot on it. Learn how to clean clothes at a fraction of your current cost.
Bored? Burnt out? Begging for the workday to be over? Help is here! Follow these suggestions to rekindle the romance with your work.
Americans (and many other cultures) have always enjoyed the artistic license of being able to name their children whatever they fancy. When nam
Freezer meals are a busy parent's best friend. These nine freezer-friendly soups are perfect for keeping your family warm on those chilly fall nights.
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