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Today we found some fantastic articles on saving money on pet expenses, cutting the cable cord, and saving for a down payment on a house.
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Don't let these five common tax and entertainment expense myths trip you up at tax time.
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.
With careful planning, and good record-keeping, you really can combine business and leisure.
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Let a few dollars leak here and a few dollars leak there, and pretty soon it's a torrent of dollars rushing away.
Thirty is just a number, but there are several types of expenses that we should probably ditch upon hitting the Big 3-0.
An interesting take on how your senses affect your spending.
Budgeting is one of the hardest things for any of us to do well –- and stick to. It requires discipline, attention to detail, and persistence. But it doesn’t have to be impossible;
Why do so many budgets fail? Because the first step to budgeting is omitted. When implemented correctly, it can make a huge difference. When the first step is neglected, intangible
If you quit checking your 401(k) balance last year, because the market crash made it too depressing, now might be a good time to take a fresh look. It'll still be well down from t
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