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The 2010 Gift Wrapping Challenge

In 2009, a friend and I successfully met a challenge to wrap all gifts with alternatives to new gift paper and gift bags. Here are the results of the challenge, along with a few ti

Should You Pay Your Student Loans With Credit Cards?

You can use a credit card to pay for just about everything — even other loan payments. But there's a catch.

Used Toyotas Are Being Discounted. Would You Buy One?

Recently Toyota Motor Corp. has been plagued with bad news as it recalled millions of cars and stopped selling several of its products affected with braking issues. These problems

5 Sites That Will Pay for Your Old iPhone

If you want the new iPhone 7, but balk at the price tag, these five sites can help you get the most money for your old phone.

New Debit Card Rules

Debit-card rules are changing. You won’t notice the difference if you keep a cushion in your checking account, keep meticulous records of your balance and all pending tran

6 Personal Finance Books You Should Read

If you're looking to deepen your personal finance knowledge, you'll profit by reading any of these six in depth and clearly written books.

The 10 Things You Need to Do If You Want to Quit Your Job

Americans today change jobs about every five years, and the right way to jump ship is an important career skill. Here's how to make your next move.

Best Money Tips: Steps to Grocery Savings Without Double Coupons

Today we found some fantastic articles on grocery savings without double coupons, things that annoy hiring managers, and coming to grips with paying your rent on time.

Robots Will Take Over These 5 Jobs Soon — Is One of Them Yours?

Like it or not, robots and advanced AI are coming for your job. Here are five careers the machines will claim sooner rather than later.

Trade in New Year's Resolutions for Achieving Life Goals

New Year's resolutions are nice. But this year, go a step further and instead of just making a year-long goal, make a goal for life.

Is Telecommuting a Good Way to Go Green?

There are some savings that go along with a small business allowing employees to telecommute, but it also offers an opportunity to go green.

Take These 10 Items off Your Wedding Registry Immediately (Plus 5 to Add ASAP)

China and silverware are traditional registry items — but who ever uses it? Make your registry personal by replacing traditional with "right-for-you."

Dilutions of Grandeur: Stretch Your Food at Every Meal

Learn how the power of creative diluting can make your meals taste better and extend your food budget.

How to Structure Merit Raises and Bonuses for Employees

Lead your employees and reward them for their efforts in a natural way.

Ask the Readers: What Are Your Financial Resolutions for 2012?

Tell us about your 2012 financial resolutions and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!

Making Progress: The Missing Link Between Management and Employees

Find out what one factor made workers the happiest and how management and employees can unite to create a better workplace.

10 Tips for Creating Your 2011 Budget

Regardless of how the economy has impacted your business, planning and budgeting for 2011 is an important tool to help you maximize your results.

Book Review: Debt Free for Life

There's a lot to like about author David Bach's two-step approach to paying down debt.

Best Money Tips: Get Rid of Your Debt

Today we found some great articles on ways to get rid of your debt, how to avoid going from frugal to cheap, and how to choose the right investment firm.

10 Ways to Save Time With Batch Processing

From errands to work to paying the bills, discover how grouping tasks together can save you tons of valuable time.