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Women of personal finance spotlight: Allese Thomson from Wesabe here to answer your questions

Allese started out as an summer intern at Wesabe, a hot personal finance startup. A year later, she is now the official manager of Wesabe's growing user community. For the rest o

Paging Doctor Jones… Free Pizza Dr. Jones?

In another crazy promotion scheme cooked up by the people at Papa John’s, you can score a free pie if you share Indiana’s name.

Best Money Tips: Ways to Find a Job

Today we found some stellar articles on ways to find a job, taking a cruise for cheap, and shaving grocery costs.

Three bad ways to fund mortgage lending (and maybe a good way)

Any institution that wants to fund mortgages has a problem. They want to lend the money out for thirty years, but the money they have to lend comes from deposits that can be withdr

So, will Cash4Gold offer me cash to kill this story?

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

5 Best Amazon Deals for Monday 09/09

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Best Money Tips: Raise Your Kids and Save Money, Too

Your precious little ones bring so much joy, so much fulfillment, and so much credit card debt. This week in Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup, we explore ways to save money

Stuff We Love: A Mimijumi Baby Bottle, Because It's More Like Mom

Why does the Mimijumi work so well? A bottle this similar to mom makes the transition from breast to bottle easy as pie.

5 Best Amazon Deals for Monday 10/21

Last minute Halloween Shopping? We've got 5 great deals for you!

The 5 Best 3D Televisions

With Black Friday sales approaching, you might be considering buying a new 3D TV — if so, make it one of these top picks.

Best Money Tips: Important Financial Tasks to Do Each Year

Today we found some fantastic articles on important financial tasks to do each year, things you should do with your money in your 20s, and the newlywed's guide to budgeting.

Best Money Tips: Earn Extra Cash for the Holidays

Today we found some stellar articles on earning extra cash for the holidays, the best things to buy in November, and how families can save in November.

Supermarket Angst Part III: How to Buy Better Poultry

In my supermarket angst series, I've been researching questions that have puzzled me at the store. This time, I'm tackling poultry. Is organic poultry worth the price premium? What

5 Best Amazon Deals for Thursday 11/28

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25 Ways to Make Yourself Smarter — Today!

It may take years to master a subject or skill, but that doesn't mean you can't learn something new in a hurry. Read on to learn more about... learning more!

Cooking from Scratch: Where's the Work?

Over the past couple of years, I've moved more toward cooking as much from scratch as I can. I've tried to isolate the places where the biggest concentration of work is in cooking

Are Most Businesses Going Green Just to Save Some Green?

I heard an interesting story the other day. A radio DJ was annoyed because when he went to pick up his boarding passes from the check in counter, he was handed them without any kin

Debt-Free Living IS Attainable: If You Want It, You Can Have It

Everyone loves talking about getting out of debt. It's easy to imagine the benefits. The trick is realizing that this lifestyle is actually attainable. It's a very real choice.

8 Personal Finance Lessons From "Parks and Recreation"

The staff at the Pawnee Parks and Recreation Department can teach us a lot about personal finance, whether they mean to or not.