Marriage is about compromise, but when it comes to money, it can be hard to give in. Say "I Do" to these six strategies of marital budget bliss.
The convenience of credit and debit cards is hard to beat, but sometimes it's better to shell out the cash.
Saving money is cool. Here are 10 easy-to-remember ways to remind yourself.
Slow your spendthrift ways with this grocery budget challenge — it will keep both your pantry and your wallet well-stocked!
No one likes a cheater — your budget included! Nix these small budget habits that are causing big harm to your finances.
It's advice that bears repeating again and again — it's time to quit smoking. Your health, and your savings, will thank you.
Creating a budget is hard but sticking to it might be harder. Don't let burnout ruin all your work so far.
When life hands you a smaller budget, take your frugality to another dimension. Keep your household food costs in check by going unconventional.
A penny saved is a penny earned. Do it over and over and over again and you're talking some serious saving!
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.
Limited income, limited life — right? Wrong. Learn how the Luh family is thriving without a huge paycheck — and you can too.
Saving money is hard — and your brain is not making it any easier. Overcome your psychology and start socking away more of what you make.
The biggest day of your life can also be the most expensive. Start your marriage on the right financial foot by minding these runaway costs.
Pedal yourself to big savings by taking to two wheels. You'll enjoy the wind in your hair, the extra dough in your pockets, and some easy fitness.
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!
Staying home to raise little ones is often rewarding, but it comes at a financial price. Make sure you do it right!
Every 7 seconds a working-age American suffers a disabling injury that leaves him financially vulnerable. Are you prepared?
Staying home with the kids means less income — and big savings, too. Find out how stay-at-home tops 9-to-5 when it comes to spending less.
Are you ready to strike out on your own? Before you drop your day job, make sure you really understand what your finances will look like.
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