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In the first part of this series about writing for money online I covered a relatively new revenue sharing site named Bukisa. Today I am reviewing a much more established website
Today we found some awesome articles on habits that will save you money, home improvement projects that will pay off big, and how much you should save each month.
You almost get that job promotion you yearn so badly for, but things fall through at the last minute. Every time your love life gets serious, the relationship blows apart. You woul
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On Friday both the House and the Senate passed a new $789 billion stimulus package as a continuation of the efforts by the United States Government to jumpstart the economy. A sig
You really do have a lot to be thankful for. Discover why making a regular habit of expressing gratitude for those things is good for mind, body, and soul.
These are difficult economic times, but I'm getting tired of being told to spend my money on stuff, as if my personal saving habits are somehow ruining the economy. Instead of thro
Today we found some stellar articles on ways to save money this Halloween, money mistakes to avoid when trying to save money, and creating a family budget.
Something of an exaggeration, of course—a one-person household can be very frugal. But there's an underlying truth: A household is only as frugal as its least-frugal member.
Everybody knows that retirement accounts like 401(k)s and IRAs offer great tax advantages (and once upon a time--and maybe again someday--a corporate match). But people who have p
You may already know that your homeowner's policy covers dog bites. But volcanoes? Yep. Tombstones? Also covered. Read on for more policy surprises.
Today we found some fantastic articles on living on one income and still feeling loaded, 101 Halloween costumes to make on the cheap, and investing mistakes you are making.
A trip to the grocery store may be a hit or a miss, depending on your perspective. Some people love going to the store each week and others detest it with a passion. But there are
There is no quicker way to derail a decent budget than having to buy unexpected gifts. Learn how to make your own Gift Calendar so you can steer clear of the cash crunch, organize
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. This week, we look at the cost of stuff, even stuff you don't really think about.
Long considered the sole provenance of the lazy and uninspired, the process of daydreaming may be more productive than we thought.
Thinking about starting a little business on the side in the middle of a recession? Go ahead and try it! I am.
Today we found some awesome articles on scoring free stocking stuffers, what your sleeping position says about your relationship with money, and digging your way out of debt.
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