There are a lot of parallels between losing weight and saving money — in fact, some of the best financial advice comes from dieting.
We've all heard that you should dress for the job you want, not the one you have. But to be a smart shopper, buy for the life you have, not the life you want.
Some expenses can't be eliminated, but several can be removed temporarily. Knowing when to start buying again can be as important as when to stop.
From pricey insurance plans to products you never planned to buy, the pressure of an upsell can lead to unnecessary purchases. Learn how to avoid the temptation.
Credit cards can dominate your life (and ruin your budget) if you're not careful. Use these 5 warning signs to make sure you stay on top of your spending habits.
One of the bread-and-butter issues couples have to figure out when moving in together? Who pays for the bread and butter.
Just as a diet doesn't mean you can never enjoy food again, a budget doesn't mean that you can never buy again. Here are a few strategies to help you reduce your spending.
Take frugal too far, and we can become miserly before we even know what hit us.
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