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The government has determined that people are worth less than five years ago.
Whether you're a credit pro or a plastic-card newbie, understanding your card use can help you have a better relationship with your money.
It’s the American Nightmare: your neighbor, in an effort to avoid foreclosure, sells his house for thousands less than he paid two years ago, causing your home to plummet in value.
Don't miss out on all the free perks your kids can get on your next family vacation.
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
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
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
Frozen clothing is kind of an unconventional way to cool off, but this method — and others — can help you chill out and save energy this summer.
Putting on soft clothes that just came out of the dryer is great — but traditional dryer sheets are filled with chemicals. Instead, make this eco-friendly version.
Being punctual makes you look reliable — and it means your life is low-stress too. Discover seven ways you can improve your punctuality.
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--
When I was a sophomore in college, my dad gave me a piggy bank for Hanukkah. I couldn't figure it out at first — had my dad forgotten that I was all grown up and didn't need a pigg
Going for an affordable little spruce up? Not wanting to spend an entire weekend sanding down Grandma's old bureau? Here are three easy and cheap decorating ideas to add unexpected
Stagflation, the bane of the 1970s, is pretty much the worst situation for ordinary folks. With the economy depressed, jobs are scarce for workers and profits are scarce for busin
The biggest obstacle standing between you and your first million? Well, it's probably your bad decisions. Learn what to do different.
In the days when self-sufficiency was simply the normal way of things, you'd learn the necessary knowledge and skills from your parents. (And from your grandparents, aunts and
Trent Hamm of The Simple Dollar has published a short ebook he's giving away for free. It's audaciously titled "Everything You Ever Really Needed to Know About Personal Finance On
Even during a recession, it turns out that love can still trump money.
When shopping for a money market savings account or other bank products, I don't believe it should be all about the yield. You should also be aware of how much it costs to bank wit
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