This year, resolve to spend less and save more. Go for one or more of these easy-to-reach goals!
If you think flying coach is uncomfortable now, just wait until you see what the airline industry has planned for you!
Saving money is hard, especially if your savings goals are big. Make saving fun with some simple motivational strategies.
From subscription services to cooling off, you can shave 50 bucks — or more — off your monthly spend with these tips and tools, no sweat.
Sometimes doing your own housework is worth it, and sometimes it isn't. Here's what to think about before you decide to outsource it or just do it yourself.
If money's tight or if you're trying to reach a lofty savings goal, try cutting spending to the bone with these extreme cost cutters.
Looking for more ways to cut costs? These five ways cost hardly any time, but the savings add up to nearly $1,500 a year.
Saving extra dollars around the house is like finding money in the couch — and lots more fun. How much will you find?
Reaching for the cheapest option on the shelf is often a false economy. If your budget permits, pay more for these products — and save much more later.
We often focus on what is most pressing with our finances. But if you take a day off to do some long-term work, you can save hundreds of dollars a year.
Hey, we'd all like some extra cash. Try these five simple tricks, each of which can make your wallet $50 fatter.
This year, resolve to take charge of your business spending.
Sometimes it's smart business to go with tried and true solutions to common financial questions. But what if those old solutions don't provide the right answers?
Looking for savings on business supplies and services? Add regular visits to these business-centric daily deals sites and you're likely to find them.
In a tough economy, too much focus on cost cutting can stifle growth. Here's how to keep your company growing without blowing your budget.
Looking for more ways to cut costs in a tight economy? Borrow some ideas from young entrepreneurs who have only ever operated in a tight business climate.
You cut costs and weathered the recession. With the threat of a double-dip recession looming, you may have to find more to cut. Here are three places to look.
Take a page from the White House and reward employees who come up with clever ways to save money.
Sustainable business is not just good for the environment. It's good for business. Really.
From cutting costs to getting unadvertised discounts to setting up an automatic savings plan, these 37 easy changes can help you save more money...today.
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