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When it comes to shopping, touching an item may in fact encourage consumers to purchase things they hadn’t intended on buying in the first place.
Today we found some stellar articles on saving on Thanksgiving airfare, what to do if you win the lottery, and apps to help guide your retirement savings.
This week, Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup gives a shout out to fellow bloggers who have dedicated their blog posts to increased productivity, time management, life improve
Today we found some fantastic articles on the best tax moves for fall, and getting off the kid-gift treadmill, an dhandling a lifestyle downgrade.
Around springtime last year, as my niece’s university graduation date loomed, I picked out (but waited to buy) what I thought would be an ideal gift: a watch with her alma mater’s
Ah, spring. A time for new growth, time spent outside with friends and family, and a several month supply of Zyrtec. Oh, and of course, some great blog posts by personal finance
Jeff’s humorous (and sometimes rough) way of sharing frugality has been popular among many of our readers. We’ve got the exclusive interview you won’t want to miss! Hear Jeff sha
The cost of sending packages and letters by Priority and Express Mail will set you back more than regular mail, but are you really getting the service you’re paying for?
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Last time, "How to Find Freelance Clients: Part One" discussed some of the things you would need to do to prepare for freelancing. In Part Two of this article, we'll cover where t
The nation as a whole has been exploring new avenues for savings these days. Thrift stores can be a great place to get what you need and pay what you want. Here are some tips for n
Android or Apple? Performance or battery life? Getting a new smartphone can leave you asking a lot of questions. Pick the best phone for you with this guide.
Learning to drive a car with a manual transmission might not only save you some major embarrassment in life, but it can also save you gas and some serious money.
Today we found some stellar articles on stacking the deck for a better life, how retirees can avoid going broke, and ways to save on car repairs.
There's a store near where I live that sells stuff for organizing your other stuff--racks, boxes, cabinets, and shelves for tools and toys, sweaters and shoes, spices and CDs. The
The Education of an American Dreamer: : How a Son of Greek Immigrants Learned His Way from a Nebraska Diner to Washington, Wall Street, and Beyond is the personal memoir of Peter G
The economy is way short of full employment, so naturally, consumer spending is down. Sooner or later employment, I think, will return to normal levels. Consumer spending will re
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Here is a fun tool to help you figure out how you can save money, and then where that money can take you. It gives us a chance to dream big, and (even better) find ways to make tho
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