Before you set out to find your next great rental apartment or home, take a good look at your income. What can you afford?
A big move can mean a big expense, but it doesn't have to. Use these hacks to save some cash on your next move.
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Squabbles and stress over money and chores are just part of the roommate experience. Let these apps lead you to peace and harmony instead.
Don't ignore a hefty medical bill. If you think there might be an error, or you can't afford to pay, it's time to negotiate.
Whether across the town or across the country, moving has tons of expenses. Don't get blindsided by these surprise costs.
Don't toss that receipt! Find out how to use that little scrap of paper to uncover some serious savings.
Shop smarter, save better. Keep to your grocery budget with a great grocery shopping strategy from the pros at $5 Meal Plan.
How are you calculating your retirement savings? Consider some often overlooked expenses — and savings — the next time you add it up.
You can't wait to kick back and relax — but are you saving enough money for your summer getaway? Here's how to be sure!
Pets soon become family — which means more often than not, you'll pony up. Start saving now for these pet expenses you can't avoid.
Business travel gets to be a grind fast, but if you're clever, all those miles on the road can turn into cash in your pocket.
Wise Bread's Nora Dunn shares advice about working while traveling in her new book, "Working on the Road." Find out if the lifestyle is for you, too.
Debt is not a fact of life. Learn from the lifestyles of those who break free and get on track to following them out of the hole.
Unexpected expenses are the worst. Get one step ahead by staying prepared for these sneaky budget busters and keep saving more.
April 15th is just around the corner! If you haven't filed already or are prepping for next year, don't overlook these tax deductions — they just may surprise you!
The 80/20 rule applies to budgeting, too — 80% of your spend goes to 20% of your expenses. If you can cut those big costs, the savings are big, too.
Estimating costs is hard — and the sad part is, much of the time it's because our brains are working against us. Here's how to regain control.
Tracking expenses is the first step toward wise money management. These apps help you monitor spending — and much more.
From subscription services to cooling off, you can shave 50 bucks — or more — off your monthly spend with these tips and tools, no sweat.
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