Wise Bread articles that are hot today.
Today we found some great articles on saving on your rental car, overcoming newlywed challenges, and summer jobs for kids.
For this entire week Jenn from Frugal Upstate will be answering questions in our forums about blogging, personal finance, and frugal living. Jenn is quite a fascinating and accompl
Today we found some stellar articles on 4th of July Deals, saving money when shopping on Amazon, and beating the heat without beating your wallet.
I've tried to avoid predicting energy prices, except to say that they'll be volatile. I'm not a bit surprised to see oil and gasoline prices dropping by half in the past few month
How did that guy get upgraded to business class? By taking advantage of these credit card bonus offers and travel rewards program loopholes.
My parents and my husband’s parents were children during the Great Depression. Mine lived in large cities; my in-laws, small towns. Their families started this era from neither a p
When kids are young, investing is usually done on their behalf. However, it's possible to get kids started with their own investments at a surprisingly early age.
Want to turn friends on to the frugal lifestyle without scaring them away? Ease them in with my favorite books that are not in-your-face anti-spending books, yet teach a lot of gre
Today we found some stellar articles on cheap nights out with your family, winning interviews, and avoiding a garage sale letdown.
Need to save $10 this week? Try just one of these 10 easy ways to save $10 on your next trip to the grocery store, and you've done it!
The store that I work at offers a rewards card to frequent shoppers, and there are quite a few people who refuse to sign up for it - I can understand why they wouldn't want to have
Studying abroad introduces students to a culture...and it can also be a crash course in budgeting and cash management. Here's what you need to know.
I view frugal living as essentially hedonistic: I don't deny myself things. Rather, I spend less on the things I don't care about in order to be able to spend more on the things
We all have our ups and downs. We've all faced some pretty depressing odds and come out on top.
But sometimes, it feels like you just can't get ahead, no matter how hard you try
As interest rates head north, homeowners are wondering if the timing is right to refinance. Here's how to find out.
I started writing online in 2007 at my personal blog and have not stopped since. I am very fortunate to have been selected to join Wise Bread last year and I have made a steady am
Safety, low minimums, and other advantages make I Saving Bonds a good choice for new investors.
Valentine's Day ideas on the cheap, why healthcare needs to be reformed (it's pro-business to reform it!), CEO salary caps are just mean and cruel to the poor CEOs, what happens wh
Choosing a financial advisor you can trust is hard. Narrow the field by eliminating any advisor who offers you any of this "advice."
As adults, how many times have you wished you had invested money as a teenager or young(er) adult? We're all aware of the power of compounding interest, and the idea that starting
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