#GivingTuesday is November 29th! Here's how to give back plenty — without compromising your budget.
It's worth tracking your spending because it's the only way to learn where your money is going. But it's worth doing for another reason as well.
Tax deductions can save you a lot, but who wants to worry about them during the holidays? Here's what to do now to prepare for the end of the year.
You can support charity with minimal effort — and while having a lot of fun. Discover over 20 great, unexpected ways to get involved.
Living frugally can help us achieve other goals — such as, in one writer's case, providing water and bicycles for people in Uganda.
If you're generous, make sure you get all the tax breaks coming to you. From car mileage to meals, you might be surprised by what you can deduct.
Ben Franklin said there were only two guarantees in this life, death and taxes. But there are a few others that could be added to his list.
Asking friends and family to give you fewer gifts can be met with confusion or even hostility. But if it's done with careful consideration, you can make everyone happy.
If you need to get rid of a car, selling it isn't your only option — if you donate it, you can help a charity you care about and get a nice tax deduction.
Donating your used goods can help those in need, reduce clutter, and give you a nice tax deduction. Here's what you need to know to donate goods before the end of the year.
The holiday season is crucial for charities nationwide. Find out how to pick the right charity for you and ensure your donation goes to those who really need it.
There's a mere month left to 2010; learn what you should do now to maximize your tax savings.
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The idea of giving away what you have especially if you don't have much is a tough one to wrap your head around. But if you truly want to be rich (both literally and figu
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