On Black Friday, using your credit card usually means big savings, bonus discounts, and extra protection.
If you're struggling to get by paycheck to paycheck, a spending book will help track where your money is going — and where you can start saving.
All it takes is 20 minutes a month to be a total money master. Try this method and budget like a boss.
It's time to consult our mid-year financial checklist and make some important money moves to set yourself up the end of '15 and the coming of '16.
Choosing the right venue is is hard and often expensive. Save money by skipping the hotel and country club and get wed somewhere fun — and cheap.
What's better than a mid-summer get-together with friends? A mid-summer get-together that's simple to plan and easy to pay for!
When the going gets tough, the tough get frugal. Stick to those frugal habits when finances brighten, and you'll save even more.
Choosing steak instead of chicken? It's easy to let go of our frugal convictions when we have a few extra dollars. Watch out for the signs!
Today we found some fantastic articles on ways to reduce your clothing budget, reasons to get renter's insurance, and budgeting on a variable income.
Today we found some awesome articles on ways to clean your home on a budget, getting started early with holiday savings, and signs your resume is holding you back.
Somehow, no matter how much we plan, these three events always go over budget. Here's how to keep a lid on the spending.
Saving is hard, but chances are, if you're doing any of this stuff with your money, you're not saving at all.
Today we found some fantastic articles on strategies for fixing budget problems, simple DIY frugal tips, and smart money moves for college students.
Today we found some wonderful articles on ways to plan a July 4th blowout on a budget, how bridesmaids can avoid going broke, and small business ideas for kids.
Making ends meet on a student's budget is challenging, but these 25 freebies make it at least it alittle easier.
Today we found some amazing articles on celebrating Cinco de Mayo on a budget, keeping your kids entertained this summer, and tips for success on LinkedIn.
Many of us probably resolved to "spend less" this year, but didn't give the "how" much thought. Here are five "how's" to get you started.
Responsible financial management doesn't mean you have to live like a monk. It does mean you have to define — and choose — your own individual lifestyle.
Wasting food is wasting money. Get control of your fridge, your pantry, and your diet to save big on on your monthly food bill.
Today we found some great articles on fall trends on a budget, surviving losing your job, and things happy couples do differently.
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