Wise Bread articles that are hot today.
"It seems like a great deal, but maybe it's cheaper somewhere else?" I've said those words a lot, maybe not out loud but certainly in my head. [more]
Today we found some awesome articles on saving for your child's college fund, reasons to have a budget, and saving money at restaurants.
Today we found some awesome articles on activities for toddlers on a budget, saving on tax preparation fees, and expensive decisions that can haunt you for life.
Today we found some great articles on free items you should take from hotels, questions to ask before hiring a financial advisor, and where to find freebies.
When I first heard of Doug Marlette, he was an editorial cartoonist with The Charlotte Observer. He accepted an invitation to speak to high school students and personally
I read a lot of investment books. [more]
A story in the New York Times says that exercise helps human brains build more neurons (a process called neurogenesis). It also reports on some mouse studies that show that exe
Anyone who knows me knows I'm no fan of WalMart. Aside from their horrific treatment of workers and the impact they have on the economy, their stores just suck all the energy out o
Today we found some awesome articles on hosting a yard sale, shopping smarter for crafts, and frugal health and beauty tips.
Today we found some awesome articles on getting exercise without going to the gym, cheap London Olympic travel, and grocery items with a long shelf life.
A lady I know of died last night. It was expected; she was diagnosed with incurable cancer last spring. I didn't really know her, as I'd just recently moved into a place wh
We’ve been hearing a lot about how you can save money by shopping at Walgreens lately. Walgreens is again offering a unique and potentially ver
Today we found some great articles on frugal fashion, financial tasks to do each year, and what new college students need to know about money.
A mild, temporarily disabling accident in my home led me to consider how my friends with chronic disease (and accompanying physical limitations) manage to get things done. Limit
If you let your home insurance lapse, your bank can force you to pay insurance that can cost 5 to 10 times as much. Learn how to avoid this predicament.
One box + Lots of Receipts = Financial Responsibility for this blogger!
How do you break the cycle when social engineering and personal spending habits that are as unique as your genetic coding, are emptying your pockets?
Today we found some great articles on totally free ways to relax, creating lasting financial resolutions, and the keys to winning with money.
Interest rates for ordinary savers held up pretty well after the first Fed rate cut in July last year. There was a simple reason--banks needed the money. With the cr
I am familiar with the meaning of hippies and yuppies, but today I heard a funny new word for a demographic of people - yawns. YAWN stands for Young and Wealthy but Normal. It i
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