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Is there an amount of money that's too small to concern yourself with? People make that case, usually saying something like "Life is too short to waste time counting pennies." Th
Think you're the only one having relationship problems? Nope. We're all making the same dating and relationship mistakes.
Just because you're not in college doesn't mean you can't have an internship. And while the pay might not be great, the experience can be.
On my previous article about working to death I found a pretty long comment by a woman named "Jen" who has a husband that works seven days a week to provide for his family. This l
Do you need a career guide? And, if so, do you need one written as manga? It almost doesn't matter--Daniel H. Pink has written one, and it's got enough good lessons packed into a
Today we found some fantastic articles on money lessons from the new Star Trek, budget travel 101, and sending your child to preschool for less.
You know bringing your own lunch can save you tons — but bleh. Make your midday meal a real reward and you'll win twice.
Life on the road has many upsides, but you might be surprised to learn that not having an address can save you money.
Swimming pools and lavish gardens may sound great, but before you drop big bucks on a home renovation, know what it can do to resale value.
Life insurance is a way to protect your family should the unthinkable happen to you. Jeff Rose, CFP, explains how life insurance works.
Takeout is tempting, but it's wreaking havoc on your savings. Stop the cycle with some savvy shopping and a little planning.
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
This week in Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup, we share posts on using cash, California's struggles, Cyber Tuesday, our recession's one year anniversary,and one adorable kit
For some time now, we've had good success drawing on the decades from the 1950s through the 1990s for our retro. Some bolder types have even made some use of the 1890s and 1920s--
You’ve seen the tacky ads; you’ve been entertained by Ed McMahon and MC Hammer; but hopefully, you haven’t fallen for any of it. Cash4Gold has a simple promise; send them your unwa
Today we found helpful articles on ways to avoid hidden travel costs, office hacks for a more productive day, and pet care tips from an animal rescue.
The "demoscene" loosely refers to an underground computer art movement where the emphasis is on creating amazing-but-compact demonstrations — hence the name. What can its evolution
I have a confession to make: I love tax season. Not just the days when I do my taxes or when I file my taxes or get a chunk of change deposited to my account, but the entire Tax S
Today we found some awesome articles on alternatives to Christmas gifts, scoring a bigger apartment without moving, and getting discounted gift cards.
It's prom season, moms and dads! Here's how to save major green on your kid's big night.
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