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The government has determined that people are worth less than five years ago.
To help women bloggers network with each other, we are starting a series of discussions in our Bloggers Forum focusing on female personal finance bloggers and special blogging chal
If you're perplexed about makeup and aren't sure what works best for you, you're not alone. Check out these tips to make buying makeup easier.
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.
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
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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--
A good financial plan includes planning and budgeting for both needs and wants. Don't let short term wants steal from those wants you really desire.
Today we found helpful articles on foods that save you money, changes at Starbucks you’ll see this year, and things to buy (and skip) in April.
Today we found helpful articles on ways to save big at Home Depot, habits of successful introverts, and toys from the ‘90s that are worth a ton today.
My wife brought this to my attention. I’m not an avid Oprah viewer, but usually when I tune in I hear good advice. And with the help of financial guru Suze Orman, she’s asking fami
Today we found some awesome articles on alternatives to Christmas gifts, scoring a bigger apartment without moving, and getting discounted gift cards.
We've all heard that less is more. If you're like me, you've also heard at least a million ways to apply that. But is the opposite ever true? Do we ever save in the long run by spe
Start your holiday giving early (and help people and animals in your community) by donating goods to these sometimes overlooked organizations.
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At some point in your parenting adventure, you may be introduced to the concept of getting life insurance for your children. There are a number of reasons why you might want to ins
Today we found articles on ways to get paid to watch TV, small financial changes that have a big impact, and facts about Social Security benefits that Baby Boomers should know.
You know, I hear a lot of people say that frugal people would do anything for dime. Personally, I think that applies more to greedy people, but it got me thinking of a question tha
Want to save money and protect the environment while on vacation? Get eco-friendly and genuine travel experiences by following these 7 rules of budget travel.
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