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Best Money Tips: Easy Ways to Increase Your Income

Today we found some great articles on ways to increase your income, DIY gifts for the holidays, and guidelines for holiday tipping.

Ask the Readers: Who is Your Online Personal Finance/Frugality Hero? (A Chance to Win $10!)

Is there an online blogger, columnist, or personality who has really inspired you to take charge of your finances? Do you secretly hope to meet a big-name PF writer some day? Is

Best Money Tips: Things to Get Done Before Year-End

Today we found some awesome articles on things to get done before year-end, bouncing back from a financial slip up, and financial New Year's resolutions.

Being Healthy Can Have Big Cash Rewards

I recently became a member of my wife’s gym. I had always hesitated, being a frugal person I preferred to work out at home with a few weights and some exercise DVDs. But, when I di

How to Start Your Own Blog

Blogging is a fantastic way of making yourself a more valuable job candidate. It will teach you a bunch of new things and will give you an edge over the competition when you're app

Recession Journal VI: It's OVER!!!!!!!!!!!! Any Questions?

The recession is technically over, officially over, numerically over. How do you feel now and what are you gonna do about it?

Best Money Tips: Free Ways to Entertain Yourself at Home

Today we found some fantastic articles on free ways to entertain yourself at home, free exercises that will help you get in shape, and advice for college graduates without debt.

BillShrink Giving Away $2,500 to Wise Bread Readers

To enter the contest, simply leave a comment telling us how you would spend all that money. Will you pay some bills, start a college fund, or have some fun?

The 5 Best Robotic Vacuums

A robotic vacuum can be a great way to keep your floors clean without any effort. Here are our picks for the five best!

Best Money Tips: 5 Beloved Tax Perks with Ugly Downsides

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. We look at five yummy tax breaks that could have dire consequences, how to make the most scrumptious Italian beef stew, and how

Best Money Tips: How to Start Investing

Today we found some stellar articles on how to start investing, time management for part-time entrepreneurs, and home staging on a budget.

The Debate Between Buy and Hold vs Timing The Market

It's interesting to see that with the advent of computerized trading and value discount brokers, a new era of people investing with the idea of getting rich overnight has exploded.

How to Pay Less for Your Next Vacation

Everything is negotiable, even travel. Find out when to call — and what to say — to get the best prices on airfare, hotels, and even souvenirs.

Ask the Readers: What Do You Want in a Health Insurance Plan?

This past week has sparked a lot of debate regarding the health care bill and what people want vs. need in a health insurance plan. All politics aside, we want to know what matter

Best Money Tips: Celebrate Cinco de Mayo on a Budget

Today we found some amazing articles on celebrating Cinco de Mayo on a budget, keeping your kids entertained this summer, and tips for success on LinkedIn.

Book Review - Buying a Home: The Missing Manual

Housing prices have dropped all across America in the past couple years, and more people are looking into buying a property instead of renting. If you are an eager house hunte

Think the iPad Will Save You Money on Magazines? Think Again!

With the introduction of the iPad, many were hoping that the same companies that offered digital subscriptions and online single copies at a drastic discount would be doing the

How to Save Money Buying a New Car and Be Happy

You can actually enjoy the car-buying process. Really. Learn how to shop for a new car and stay sane.

Best Money Tips: Escaping the Mundane

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. How watching movies can increase your money IQ, why the rich are leaving their mansions, and how to get stuff done after a tirin

What is "Quantitative Easing" Anyway?

Recently the news is abuzz with the term "quantitative easing."  What is it anyway and how does it affect you?