Today we found some great articles with helpful tips to make your budget better, the smartest way to repay your student loans, and the only legit reasons to work for free.
Living the cash-only lifestyle can be good for your budget — except when it isn't. Learn why some purchases are best made on credit.
Before you break out the checkbook, ask yourself a few probing questions. Your future self will thank you, whether you decide to buy or not.
Accelerate your debt retirement by redirecting current spending to repaying old bills. Lots of little savings here and there add up fast!
All small purchases add up quickly and ruin budgets, but these wastes are just silly — or even harmful. Find out what not to buy.
Saving more money is easy once you set your mind to it. Start doing so with these simple savings strategies.
Let's face it: Staying on budget is hard. But if you make it fun, you'll get some short-term kicks while you're saving for long-term goals.
The longer you stay in the debt, the more it's going to cost you.
The mistakes you make with money hurt more than your finances — they limit your freedom. Are you making any of these mistakes?
If you're worried about how much you're spending, keep your wallet in check with this simple daily task that has profound long-term effects.
You don't have to give up spending time with your friends if you have decided to stop spending money. Here's what to do instead.
Getting control of your money is a lot easier with a budget, and these budgeting apps make the process super simple.
Personal finance blogger Jaime Tardy shares how she eliminated more than $70k of debt and then set her financial sights even higher.
Today we found some stellar articles on budgeting for the present and future, buying life insurance, and financial considerations before you become your own boss.
Wasting food is wasting money. Get control of your fridge, your pantry, and your diet to save big on on your monthly food bill.
There are two leading strategies for debt elimination. Both will work, but one gets you out of debt a little faster and a lot richer.
The bills are punctual, but your payments keep leaving late. Get ahead of your payables by knowing what you owe and making a plan to pay it.
Don't make college more expensive than it already is with bad financial habits. Learn these fundamental money lessons before you head off to class.
A good financial plan includes planning and budgeting for both needs and wants. Don't let short term wants steal from those wants you really desire.
It is possible to live like a celebrity and retain a bit of luxury even when you're cutting corners.
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