The hard work of a 9-to-5 may be over with retirement, but another kind of hard work begins — maintaining a comfortable lifestyle. These money moves will help.
You've seen the warning signs. When you suspect job cuts are headed your way, it's time to get these money moves in motion.
The latest trend in real estate is living large in a really small space. Seems like that should be a money-saver, right?
Step one? Stop digging! Step two? Develop smart spending and saving habits, like these, to get on top of your debt — and stay there.
It's never too late to start saving. If you skirted retirement savings in your younger years, you can still catch up — here's how.
Is that extra set of wheels really necessary? You can save a lot of money by downsizing your driveway — you just need to map it out.
These houses may be small, but they pack a ton of design punch! Take a (quick!) tour around eight inspired, tiny houses.
Imagine life without a mortgage or an overstuffed attic. Even if we don't live in one, tiny houses can teach us a lot about consumption, debt, and simplicity.
If you want to increase savings, find your hidden spending habits and wring out the waste. Start by checking out these spending categories.
Having a yard sale to get rid of your clutter is great! Well...it is if anyone shows up. Ensure that they do with these advertising techniques.
When it comes to defining what you really need and want in life, it can help to imagine having nothing at all.
Living debt-free is a great goal — but as the economy remains shaky, is that enough? Discover more ways to make sure you're on solid financial ground.
Think you can live on one-tenth of your current income? If you're ready to downsize, this book can help you retire long before you ever thought possible.
Here's a simple timeline for sorting and decluttering painlessly with a three-phase strategy: 3-month plan, 6-month plan, and the year-or-more plan.
Downsizing is happening all over the place these days. Here's some ideas to help you do more with less.
It seems ironic in this economy, and with a high unemployment rate, that anyone would want advice about getting kicked from a job. But last week a question was posed to me, and it
I have often thought of a professional career as something built brick by brick, climbed ladder rung by ladder rung until one reached the pinnacle, enjoyed the view, and, then, ret
In my journey from being a North American Entrepreneur to a Professional Hobo, I had to shed a lot of crap. For the purposes of this article I will fo
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