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Ask the Readers: Who Do You Think Should Pay on a First Date?

Tell us who you think should pay for a first date and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!

Spiritual Insights From A Rich Idiot

The last person I thought would impart valuable spiritual wisdom is self-proclaimed rich idiot and wealth guru Robert Shemin, author of “How Come That Idiot’s Rich and I’m Not?&quo

Home Education Curriculum on the Cheap: 10 Ways to Learn for Less

In a recent cost-study I completed, I found that it is possible for American families to spend between $300 and $4325 per year to homeschool a single child.

Beyond the Slow Cooker: 10 Eco- and Budget-Friendly Household Helpers That Progress Left Behind

Cleaning? Cooking? Ugh, you say. Make friends with it, compadre; they’ve got to be part of the frugal warrior’s toolkit. I look for ways to make it easier and cheaper, because when

February Roundup

February was a short but sweet month. Here are the articles that topped the charts!

Checking in With Old Goals for the New Year

It seems like New Year's resolutions were made to be broken. This year, let's change that by looking old resolutions and getting them back on track.

6 Questions to Ask Before You Buy Ground Beef

If only the family of 22-year-old Minnesotan Stephanie Smith had known to ask a few simple questions of the local grocer before buying ground beef, Stephanie might not be paralyzed

Best Money Tips: Increase Your Income This Year

Today we found some stellar articles on increasing your income this year, why you shouldn't engineer your own layoff, and organizing your way to savings in 2013.

Getting Something for Nothing – My $25 from Revolution MoneyExchange

Just when I thought I couldn’t take another online money transfer product, I was introduced to Revolution MoneyExchange. My familiarity and pas

Best Money Tips: Ideas to Save on Your Morning Coffee

Today we found some fantastic articles on ideas to save on your morning coffee, how to know if your job is in jeopardy, and cutting your restaurant bill.

Parent PLUS Loans

Parents can take out low-interest loans in order to help their children pay for school. With a Parent PLUS loan, parents can borrow directly from the federal government and receive

March Roundup

March was ALL about shopping tips and money habits. Read up on our 10 reader favorites!

Best Money Tips: Smart Ways to Spend $1,000

Today we found some fantastic articles on smart ways to spend $1,000, grow your career while giving back, and useful things you can always find at Goodwill.

7 Things I'd Love to Change About Meetings

We can't rid the world of meetings, but we can make them shorter, painless, and more effective with these 7 great tips.

A Recipe for Youth Financial Literacy

Kids can begin to learn money management skills through a basic program that can be started in or just before Kindergarten.

I Scream, You Scream… I’m Lovin’ FREE Ice Cream!

It has just reached spring temps here in Nebraska, and the ice cream junkie in me has emerged from winter slumber. What better way to feed the

6 Small Business Mentors You Can Access for Nearly Free!

What's an entrepreneur with limited cash and just a handful of questions to do? Get in touch with these local experts. They'll more than likely be glad to show you the ropes.

Pitting Airline Against Hotel Rewards

If you've ever hesitated before redeeming your airline miles and wondered if you're getting a good deal, you're in good company.

What Would You Do: Pay Now or Pay Later?

Play financial adviser and tell me how you would handle a deferred preschool tuition payment. Put it all on the credit card for a large cashback reward, or enjoy the opportunity to

New Rules of Budgeting: Focus on Your Dreams

Old-school budgets are boring. Try this new fun approach that focuses on your dreams instead of your restrictions.