The start of the new year is a great time to give your saving and investment strategy a makeover. Here's how to get started.
From budgeting to moderation, AMC's hit series "The Walking Dead" can teach us about frugality (while it also teaches us to never enter a cellar alone).
During the December holidays, it can feel super stressful to even THINK about preparing for the new year. Don't worry! Follow this list, and you'll be ready for 2013.
Don't have a nickle to your name? Time to buckle down for a week and weather the storm. Here's how to survive it — and make sure it doesn't happen again.
Day-to-day money management doesn't need to take a ton of time. Here are some key steps and tools that'll help you create a super-efficient system.
Buying your first home is a big accomplishment, but it comes with a lot of responsibility. Take our quick quiz to find out if you're ready to take the plunge.
Can you afford to be generous? Or can you afford NOT to be? Learn how charitable giving can actually improve your finances.
One writer shares his five-step plan for helping friends who want to be frugal, so you can use it for your friends, too — or yourself.
If your adult children are moving back or currently living at home, how much support should you be giving them? Here are some things to consider.
Her comes the bride...and the bill! Learn how to have the wedding of your dreams without going into debt with these cunning cutbacks.
A cat's true worth can't be measured in dollars...but that doesn't mean that your furry friends don't come with costs.
Living in debt can be like living in a cage. Discover the freedom of breaking free.
Don't use the end of the workweek as an excuse to spend. Instead, celebrate Friday the frugal way with these 15 cost-cutting suggestions.
Sharing your life with someone can be one of the most exciting and fulfilling things you ever do. Sharing your budget? Well...here are some suggestions.
Kids receive allowances for doing their chores. A similar system can be a great way to help adults budget for discretionary spending.
Trying to find a job after college can be intimidating enough — forget about getting control of your money. But these five steps make financial independence simple.
by: Meg Favreau | channel: Budgeting, Insurance, Lifestyle
If you haven't gotten a raise recently, maybe you need to create your own. Here's how.
One dollar may not buy you much anymore, but a crisp $50 bill still has value. From splurges to saving, try these savvy ideas for your half-hundred.
When you're in the red, it can feel like you'll never be able to crawl your way back into the black. Make it happen with this emergency plan.
Learning to spend less and save more doesn't isn't intimidating when you follow these enjoyable, unconventional strategies.
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