Before you drop big bucks on a shiny new set of wheels, consider how much smarter it can be to buy used.
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Buying used usually costs less and that's always a plus. Even better -- some goods really do get better with age.
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You know that the green lifestyle is often also a frugal lifestyle, but Wise Bread writer Max Wong shows you how you can take both to a whole new level.
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Old stuff — we all have so much of it. Whether it's clothing, furniture, or something else, try one of these techniques to make it seem totally new.
Learning to spend less and save more doesn't isn't intimidating when you follow these enjoyable, unconventional strategies.
We all know that Craigslist is a real money-saver. But it's especially great for these 25 items, which are readily available on the site at rock-bottom prices.
Buying refurbished can save you cash...as long as your purchase isn't a dud. Here's what you must know before you venture into this bargain terrain.
Buying used isn't just about finding antiques or quirky vintage clothes. From cost to quality, discover why buying used is often smarter than buying new.
Generally, buying used is a smart decision. But from car seats to pet supplies, there are some items that you're always better off buying new.
If you have heirloom silverware or silver jewelry that needs a good polish, learn how to clean it without resorting to harsh chemicals.
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