Now, more than ever, financial “experts” are crawling out of the woodwork, ready to give you advice on pinching pennies in a tight economy. While all of this concern and guidance
by: Linsey Knerl | channel: Personal Finance, Frugal Living
You know how it goes. One minute, you have extra money sitting in the bank just waiting for you to play with it. The next, your car needs repaired, or the cat gets sick, or the roo
by: Sarah Winfrey | channel: Personal Finance
To help women bloggers network with each other, we are starting a series of discussions in our Bloggers Forum focusing on female personal finance bloggers and special blogging chal
by: Lynn Truong | channel: Personal Finance
I graduated from college just three years ago, so the confusion and anxiety I felt after graduating college is still quite fresh in my mind. I moved out of my parents' house a wee
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Career and Income, General Tips
Get Travel Insurance before you go anywhere. Have and not need it. No really trust me.
by: Jabulani Leffall | channel: Life Hacks, Insurance, Lifestyle, Travel
In the past few decades the Ad Council has been running an ad with the tag line "Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk". This ad campaign has been instrumental in decreasing drunk
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Debt Management, General Tips
Twenty dollars isn't what it used to be and for that matter, given recent events, neither is $100, $1,000 or $10,000. With consumer confidence waning, why not get your swagger
by: Jabulani Leffall | channel: Personal Finance
My parents always told me that buying a timeshare is a bad idea because of the inflated upfront cost and perpetual maintenance and exchange fees the timeshare companies pile on.
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Frugal Living, Lifestyle, Taxes, Travel
When I was single, I thought that getting married would reduce my expenses greatly, and after I got married I realized that in some instances
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Taxes
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?
by: Jabulani Leffall | channel: Frugal Living
Since posting the first part of my list of 25 ideas and goals that I want to live by and be able to look back on with pride when it comes
by: Anthony Marrone | channel: Personal Finance
Miserly is derived from a Latin term that means "wretched." It is the linguistic blood relative of miserable. Stuntin' is when you spend too much money and w
These postings will pertain to the economy of life, which is all about personal alternatives that shape our financial world.
by: Jabulani Leffall | channel: Frugal Living, Financial News
A friend shared with me some strategies he's learned for playing RuneScape. Can these strategies be applied to personal finance? Let's see.
by: Julie Rains | channel: Personal Finance
If you’re like many people, the mere mention of taxes makes your eyes cross and your brain turn to mush. Recently though, I ran across some powerful information regarding tax relief programs the average person can apply for on their own.
by: Myscha Theriault | channel: Taxes
If you are willing to do some work as well, being rent and mortgage free can happen for you...probably faster than you might think.
by: Myscha Theriault | channel: Debt Management, Real Estate and Housing
This book is one of the classics of modern frugality, and it's been a source of some controversy. At the bottom, though, its message is a simple one: Pay attention. Pay attention t
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Personal Finance
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