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Today we found some great articles on ways to save money on groceries at Walmart, the golden rules of decluttering, and how to simplify your finances.
Banks and credit unions both have their benefits...and the potential to be totally annoying. Here's how to figure out which institution is right for you.
Bad credit will cost you more for insurance and loans, and may close some opportunities altogether. Learn how to rebuild a poor credit rating to an excellent one.
In a previous post I mentioned url hacking. It's basically just a way to figure out how to get to the bargains more quickly, and involves finding the codes for the different departments on Amazon and matching them to a sale percentage. [more]
The homeowner wants to make the sale. The broker wants to make the commission. The lender wants to make the loan. It'd be nice to see all these folks made happy, but first... th
After having five children, I know a few things about finding diaper deals. Follow my suggestions, and you'll never have to pay full-price for diapers again.
A single parent tight for cash shopped thrift stores to save until one day he figured out he could earn money thrifting, too. Learn his thrifting secrets.
If you've got a basement, you've probably got a lot of clutter. Start tossing it out today!
You can extend your stay and deepen your experience by hustling up side jobs (or even full-time gigs) while you roam. Here's how to do it.
If you have heirloom silverware or silver jewelry that needs a good polish, learn how to clean it without resorting to harsh chemicals.
Making moonshine is especially easy because running it through a still makes all the delicate balancing of flavors that mark a great beer or wine irrelevant.
Reading means books, and books mean a storage problem. Keep your favorites close with one of these affordable, nice-looking book storage solutions.
Don't overpay for brand new canning jars! If you know where to find them, affordable used jars can help you preserve your garden bounty on the cheap.
Stop paying retail, and stop settling for lower quality materials and design. Shop these discounters instead for designer fashion, shoes, and accessories.
Planning ahead and cooking at home are two of the best ways to save money. Do both with this guide to one month of tasty, frugal meals.
Keep your clothes (and your budget) looking better longer with these quick, easy, and inexpensive repairs.
Dropping your cable subscription and switching to content streamers like Hulu and Netflix is complicated. Or is it? Cutting the cord has never been easier.
Before you toss that bundle of junk mail or printed-on computer paper in the recycling bin, hold on! Try one of these 22 creative ways to reuse it.
Spring and summer are prime times for ants to troop into your kitchen looking for sweet morsels. Learn how to get rid of them cheaply and naturally.
Stores make money by price markups. Learn the rationale behind retail pricing and what the product you're buying actually costs.
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