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It's smart to spend more to buy quality and value. But it's doubly dumb to pay way, way more and wind up something that delivers so much less.
You can easily see brand-new movies in the theaters for free. Yes, totally free. Really.
Your car has cosmetic damage after a crash. Do you get it repaired or use the insurance money for something else? There could be serious ramifications.
Indian food is known for the complexity of its spice blends, and garam masala is a great example. Learn how to use and enjoy this mix of cinnamon, cumin, cardamom and other spices.
We love our pets — too much sometimes — and it can cost us plenty. Get smart about caring for Fido and keep him from tearing a hole in your budget.
Looking in my wallet, there are no less than 5 prepaid debit or gift cards hiding at any one time.
Although 99% of the ads on Craigslist are legit, some are designed to scam you. Recognize these eight common Craigslist scams and avoid becoming a mark.
Here are the results of my exploration to remove scratches from my CDs and DVDs, complete with my own experience with each remedy.
Whether you're unemployed or could just use some cash on the side, these gigs (ranging from oh-so-easy to kind of wacky) can help you make money fast.
Food is a huge part of most families' budgets. Maximize your supermarket spending by using one of these great grocery cash-back cards.
From couches to cell phones, you can hock it on Craigslist. Follow these tips and go from Craigslist amateur to selling machine.
While retirement itself may seem an impossible dream, with good planning and aggressive saving, you may be able to actually retire — early.
Paper goods, giant bags of peanuts, a year's supply of toothpaste… yeah, Costco sells that. Costco also sells 401(k) plans and caskets. Wait. What?
Stores make money by price markups. Learn the rationale behind retail pricing and what the product you're buying actually costs.
Car salesmen have a lot of tricks up their sleeves to help separate you from your money. Learn what to watch out for.
The usual rule of thumb is 3 to 6 months' income. Of course that's silly--the size of your emergency fund needs to be based on your spending, not your income. But even 3
We've collected quotes from presidents, movie stars, philosophers, athletes, and even Paris Hilton on everybody's favorite topic: Money.
This is my story of shock, anger, and finally disgust at the practices of netSpend.
You know rice and beans are healthy and delicious. But did you know there are as many ways to prepare rice and beans as there are beans in the bag? Here're 35 to get you started.
I charge absolutely everything to my credit card. Everything. Here are the reasons why I am a credit card junkie.
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