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Best Money Tips: Cheap Ways to Feed a Family of Four

Today we found some great articles on cheap ways to feed a family of 4, moving up the corporate ladder, and reasons to use your credit card.

Tattoo removal on the cheap...just use a Black & Decker Sander.

This one takes the cake. I've heard of cheap, home solutions to possible expensive cosmetic procedures, but isn't this going a little too far? It's certainly not for the squeamish or people of a sensitive disposition. [more]

With record high gas prices, is flying now cheaper than driving?

Given the record high gas prices, is it now cheaper to fly than to drive for long distance road trips? NPR recently analyzed the cost of a typical family road trip by plane, train, bus and automobile. [more]

The Comprehensive Guide to Identity Theft: Everything You Need to Know

Here is everything you need to know about identity theft and how to prevent it.

5 Ways to Avoid Expensive Phone Charges When Traveling

Data roaming charges can ruin a travel budget, but you still need to be connected. Cut through the tangle of global data with some simple fixes.

Best Money Tips: Inexpensive Ways to Boost House Value

Today we found some great articles on inexpensive ways to boost house value, counterfeit vs. real goods, and tax tips for the unemployed.

‘Secret’ Attraction

I finally buckled under the pressure to remain in the loop with Oprah and I rented 'The Secret.' Now, before you think I’m going to offer a movie review, I’ll simply say that it fe

5 Best Credit Cards that Transfer Points to Airline Miles

Sometimes co-branded airline cards don't offer the flexibility you need for your travel plans. Take a look at these cards that transfer to airline loyalty programs.

The Best Credit Cards for Online Booking Sites

If you often use online travel portals to make your travel purchases, you may benefit from a co-branded credit card that offers bonus rewards for your loyalty.

Stopping the Student-Loan Debt Stress

Is your student-loan debt causing stress, influencing you to make financial decisions that are not necessarily in your best long-term interests, and delaying your entry into what your parents may perceive as adulthood? If so, you aren’t alone. [more]

The 5 Best iPhone 6 Covers

In order to keep your iPhone in top texting and tweeting condition, you need a phone cover that's durable, like one of these best five choices.

Yes You Can!: Travel With Ease and Without Guilt

You know you love, that is. But it's expensive--there's no way around that. Now, I'm not against breaking the bank for a once-in-a-lifetime trip, but here are some tips to make your money (and time!) go farther. 1. [more]

25 Ways to Have Cheap Summer Fun

From picnics and photography to movies, magic, and even massages, discover 25 great ways to have cheap (or free!) summer fun.

Got a Problem? Why You Should Figure It Out Yourself

With the Internet and other resources, it can be easy to solve problems without actual problem solving. Learn why you should do things the hard way.

Best Money Tips: Free Summer Fun for Kids

Today we found some awesome articles on free summer fun for kids, money saving tips for families, and ways to save on vacations.

TIPS and I-Bonds

There are risks in any investment. The market might go down--or the market might go up, but your investment might go down anyway. The company that issued your stock or bond might

Create Your Own Raise

If you haven't gotten a raise recently, maybe you need to create your own. Here's how.

Travel in Comfort with the United MileagePlus Club Card

The United Mileage Plus Club Card offers exclusive benefits reserved only for elite members. See if the perks justify its annual fee.

Best Money Tips: Sneaky Ways Supermarkets Get You to Spend More

Today we found some fantastic articles on sneaky ways supermarkets get you to spend more, paying less for insurance, and money talks to have with your kids.

Legendary rock band Radiohead charges "whatever you want" for latest album

It's making huges waves through the music industry, which is hardly surprising. Organizations like the RIAA have been trying, and failing I think, to crack down on illegal musi