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Considering a move? Make sure you consider these frugal factors when choosing where you're going to live.
What do you do when you have problems at work, when you make a mistake, or when you're interviewing for a different job? How do you handle the workplace pressures and politics tha
Today we found some fantastic articles on taking a cruise on the cheap, avoiding airfare pricing glitches, and reasons to continue working after retirement.
Summer's not over yet and there's still plenty of hot days to get through before Fall arrives. Stay cool with these simple, frugal ways to chill from POPSUGAR.
A carefully considered purchase is a wise purchase. On the other end of the spectrum? Meet Dan and his not-so-new flat-screen TV.
Wise Bread is an optimistic place. There are some people who can't see the congruence between optimism and frugality. I'm talking about the people who point to our progre
What kind of financial fears keep you up at night? Is it the relentless attack of the credit card statements? Or the gory details of healthcare costs? Share your greatest financ
Today, we found many great articles relating to retirement!
The 3rd Annual Plutus Awards are in full swing! While general voting has ended, voting for the People's Choice Award is still open!
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It’s not often you get a double-whammy money-saving tip but this one falls into that category. Not only can you save cash by making your own cheap metal detector, you can find a fo
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
From budgeting to moderation, AMC's hit series "The Walking Dead" can teach us about frugality (while it also teaches us to never enter a cellar alone).
I want to keep this factual. This is not an article on who should be the next President, or as these campaigns usually go, who shouldn’t be President. This is a simple presentation
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
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Today we found some fantastic articles on saving money on your summer vacation, building a library on the cheap, and money lessons from Mad Men.
Today we found some great articles on packing light and avoiding baggage fees, meaningful wedding gifts, and using Twitter to land a job.
Is there a limit to how much Americans can spend? Clearly there is: All they earn, minus savings and service on their existing debt, plus new borrowing. Since the Bureau of Econ
This Saturday, September 27, hundreds of museums and cultural venues nationwide are opening their doors and participating in Museum Day. Enjoy free general admission for ONE DAY O
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