Turn down money-saving opportunities? Yup! One very frugal writer shares the questionable and straight-up dumb ways he won't save money.
by: Paul Michael | channel: General Tips, Green Living, Home, Lifestyle
Ethics matter in our personal relationships -- and they matter in our business relationships, too.
by: Patricia Lotich | channel: Small Business Resource Center
The problem with free is that it doesn't mean something is really free. It just means that someone else has paid for the product or service instead of you.
by: Craig Ford | channel: Frugal Living, Consumer Affairs
Many brands offer them: satisfaction-guaranteed rebates. While this helps to build reputation in the industry and gives genuinely disgruntled consumers an easy fix for their probl
by: Linsey Knerl | channel: Personal Finance, Consumer Affairs
When you fall short of meeting your obligations, it's natural to feel bad. In fact, it's natural to want to not only meet the letter of your obligation, but also the spirit: to d
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Consumer Affairs
You know what I love? Getting something for nothing. Oh, it's rare. It's also sort of greedy and raises all kinds of ethical questions. [more]
by: Andrea Karim | channel: Frugal Living
Want an easy way to save 3+ months’ salary? Don’t buy a diamond engagement ring. If your fiancée, friends and family scream hellfire, calmly explain...
by: Lynn Truong | channel: Shopping
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