There's a lot to like about author David Bach's two-step approach to paying down debt.
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Debt Management
Whether you're a hardcore budgeter or getting your finances in order for the first time, this book can help you save money — and achieve your goals.
by: Sarah Winfrey | channel: Frugal Living, Personal Development
I've always used the term "off the grid" in a literal sense — not being connected to power or other systems. Nick Rosen means more than that.
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Lifestyle, Real Estate and Housing
Think you can live on one-tenth of your current income? If you're ready to downsize, this book can help you retire long before you ever thought possible.
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Retirement
Although it's targeted at divorced women, this book is a valuable read for women of any relationship status who want to take control of their finances.
by: Linsey Knerl | channel: Personal Finance
Sometimes a little bragging can do you good. Learn how to move up in your career with a professional portfolio.
by: Julie Rains | channel: Job Hunting
Saving on life insurance without compromising your family’s future is doable with these tips and advice from life insurance expert Tony Steuer.
by: Julie Rains | channel: Family, Insurance
Old-school budgets are boring. Try this new fun approach that focuses on your dreams instead of your restrictions.
by: Kimberly Palmer | channel: Budgeting
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by: Xin Lu | channel: Lifestyle
Like frugality and simplicity, minimalism is both a means and an end. It's a way of living light on your wallet and light on the planet, and it enables certain choices (such as
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Lifestyle
Nancy Trejos is a personal finance writer for the Washington Post. While she was advising readers on financial problems, she was actually so broke that she had to ask her hardwo
by: Xin Lu | channel: Debt Management, Shopping
Housing prices have dropped all across America in the past couple years, and more people are looking into buying a property instead of renting. If you are an eager house hunte
by: Xin Lu | channel: Real Estate and Housing
We hardly talk about collapse here. Wise Bread is all about living large, while collapse mitigation is usually about living small. But that doesn't mean that there aren't things
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Financial News, Green Living
One Year to an Organized Financial Life is an organized approach to getting organized, breaking down the monstrous task of dealing with financial issues into small st
by: Thursday Bram | channel: Personal Finance
In Spent: Memoirs of Shopping Addict, Avis Cardella writes about her struggles with acquiring more and more stuff without fulfillment for two decades. This is the painful story
by: Xin Lu | channel: Credit Cards, Shopping
Books about managing your money succeed or fail at the point when the author chooses what to present as unbreakable rules versus what to present as hints, tips, suggestions, or
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Personal Finance
International volunteering is a genre of travel that is mired in misnomers. Most internet searches will reveal opportunities that cost hundreds (if not thousands) of dollars per we
by: Nora Dunn | channel: Lifestyle, Travel
When I first saw Michael Ruhlman’s book Ratio on television, I was intrigued. The idea of being able to create fresh twists, flavor pairings and health upgrades to all my tradition
by: Myscha Theriault | channel: Food and Drink
Currently the unemployment rate is hovering around 10% nationwide, and millions of people have been out of work for months or even years. Where the Jobs Are Now is a timely book th
by: Xin Lu | channel: Career Building
Last week on Patt Morrison I heard Chris Farrell talking about "The New Frugality" and the trend towards a sustainable lifestyle. I felt this topic was extremely relevant for us at
by: Lynn Truong | channel: Personal Finance, Lifestyle
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