Cash is super if you're 12 years old and want to go to the movies. But for the rest of us, the less cash, the better.
A lot goes through your mind when you finally overcome credit card debt. After "Whoo-Hoo!," what comes next?
There are tons of things in your house right now that could easily be flipped for cash. It just takes a good eye and some elbow grease!
Vacation is meant to be relaxing. Don't let thieves spoil it!
The rush from that big, must-have purchase only lasts a short while before dreaded buyer’s remorse sets in. How come?
You need cash for your trip abroad, but make sure that exchange rate is fair before you make the deal with your bank.
If tapping the ATM results in repeated fees — you’re doing it wrong. It’s time to get smart about automatic money machines.
If seeing your spending helps you stick to budget, a cash system may be the answer you need. Here's how to make the switch to cash and carry.
Looking for a way to stretch your dollars and get ahead?. Try this twist on managing credit cards to free up cash for better use.
If your emergency fund has seen better days, get creative about bringing it back to health. You can do this!
Follow the rules if you want a tax break for charitable contributions. The IRS isn't so charitable with audits.
You never leave home without your wallet — and these seven items should always be inside!
Cash can play an important role when it comes to investing, but it can also slow overall portfolio growth. What's stability actually worth?
A sudden windfall is exciting, thrilling, and — overwhelming! Spend your lucre wisely, or you may find your pockets are empty again soon.
Stash your cash. If you stay on budget, credit cards really are a good bet for smart, simple, and safe spending.
The convenience of credit and debit cards is hard to beat, but sometimes it's better to shell out the cash.
Bonds aren't as attractive as they used to be. Where else can you stash your cash at reduced risk?
Frivolous use of credit cards is a good way to slip into debt, but if used wisely, plastic can boost your credit and help your finances. Here's how.
Nothing's easier for paying than swiping plastic, but cash is still king, and sometimes it'll save you some money, too.
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.
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