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Does your culture support saving?

My brother told me once that, when he was in college, he handled money this way: "When I got paid, I set aside enough money for cigarettes, then spent the rest buying pizza and bee

Join Our Tweetchat on Thu 3/28, 12pm Pacific for a Chance to Win Prizes

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Books on Uncle Sam's Shelf

I get free books in the mail every year. I don't have to review them, pay postage or do anything else with them. Uncle Sam sends them to me because I ask for them. These publicatio

The 5 Best Juicers

Juicing provides a delicious, easy way to eat more fresh fruits and vegetables. Get started with one of these recommended machines.

Doctor Blogger

An M.D. quits medicine and becomes a full-time blogger.

Deciding when to follow instructions

Anytime someone announces that they're looking to hire, there'll be instructions on how to apply--even if nothing more than a sign that says, "Inquire within." Often, they'll want

Best Money Tips: Balance Multiple Jobs Without Losing Your Mind

Today we found some great articles on balancing multiple jobs, better ways to invest your tax refund money, and saving on your home entertainment system upgrade.

One genius little button that's saving me a whole bunch of time

How many times do you click on a link to an article, video, image or anything else of interest and want to visit the homepage of that site? It happens to me all the time. Sometimes

Best Money Tips: Steps to Living a Life You Love

Today we found some fantastic articles on living a life you love, conserving bathroom water, and carving more time out of your day.

Best Money Tips: Tips for Handling Money Together

Today we found some fantastic articles on handling money together, planning a cheap road trip, and making the Paleo diet more affordable.

Don't treat businesses like people

When you fall short of meeting your obligations, it's natural to feel bad. In fact, it's natural to want to not only meet the letter of your obligation, but also the spirit: to d

Best Money Tips: Free Activities to Get Your Creative Juices Flowing

Today we found some fantastic articles on free activities to get your creative juices flowing, what to do if you lose your job, and talking about money with your honey.

Get In Gear For The New Year: 5 Tips For Making Resolutions

The New Year is infamous when it comes to resolutions — not because most people manage to turn over a new leaf but because we declare big goals, work towards them for a few months

Organized tips on getting through tough times

If you like Wise Bread for all the tips and suggestions, here's another resource full of much the same kind of information, but organized differently. Instead of a blog, it's a bu

Needs, wants, and not even wants

Hang around with frugality and simplicity types for any length of time and you'll hear a lot about distinguishing between needs and wants. It's come to me, though, that this issue

5 Best Amazon Deals for Monday 09/16

Today's great deals include 30% off Armani Exchange, 50% off cartoons like DuckTales and Gargoyles, 60% off Columbia Jackets & Coats for Men, and more!

On choosing temporary freedom

On one side there's your typical job. It's clearer than ever that it doesn't offer the security it once did, but it still offers some, and it offers other things--predictable inco

Tata Nano - Is the world's cheapest car a blessing or a curse?

Today Tata Motors announced that the Tata Nano will be released in India in July, 2009. With a price tag of around $2,000, the Tata Nano is the cheapest car in the entire world.

Best Money Tips: Tips to Save on Thanksgiving Airfare

Today we found some stellar articles on saving on Thanksgiving airfare, what to do if you win the lottery, and apps to help guide your retirement savings.

Modern companies as specialized venture capital firms

In the old days, companies actually produced stuff. They invented it, designed it, made it, marketed it, and sold it. Although there are still some companies like that, they'r