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You expect to spend your retirement years living in Costa Rica. Your spouse expects to stay local and join the golf club.
And you don’t figure this out until the day before you re
Today we found some fantastic articles on why personal budgets often fail, frugal Father's Day gifts, tips for effective business networking.
Working from home is great — especially if you have the right tools to make a seamless transition from office to house.
With my budget straining at the increase in the cost of milk, I can’t always justify buying my favorite shampoo, the best razor, or that luxurious body wash I crave. I have found
Lifestyle inflation takes extra money and turns it into a vain attempt to buy joy. Avoid it by changing your perspective on money and happiness.
Learn how to create a great credit score even if you don't have an extensive financial history.
Life insurance may not cost as much as you think it does. Jeff Rose, CFP, explains the factors that affect how much you pay for your life insurance policy.
Check out our interview with Tom for tips on living frugally as a family, entrepreneurship, and his favorite ways to use Skype!
Times are tough and they may be getting tougher as inflation and unemployment rates rise. There are 10 things that I could cut out of my expenses to save money right now but these
July is a great month to buy a mattress but not so good for a swimsuit. Find out what else is on sale — and what else definitely isn't.
Perfect gifts that will help them travel faster, safer, and enjoy the moment.
It's your time and your money. But if you don't choose how you're going to think about them, you might end up frustrated and unsatisfied with the life you live. Here are some commo
You might think you know the amount of money you'll need for a comfortable retirement — but you could be basing that off the wrong
Buying a house? Before you rush in, review this list for first-time buyers.
Entering the contest is easy. Just drop by our frugal living forum and answer the question: Are you cutting back on spending?
Today we found some stellar articles on ways to find a job, taking a cruise for cheap, and shaving grocery costs.
McCain-Palin are trying to paint the Obama-Biden ticket as a bunch of socialist nutjobs. But 'socialism' isn't nearly the red menace that they are making it out to be, and McCain h
If you can tolerate watching your nest egg rise and fall, these tools and apps can help you stay tuned to market news, manage your portfolio, and do research.
The common line is that it's better to repair than replace, but that's not always true. Here's how to figure out what you should do when something breaks.
Typical personal finance advice would have you divide your budget categories into two groups: Your fixed expenses and your discretionary expenses. I generally don't like that dis
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