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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.
Figuring out who pays for the bridesmaids' dresses is tough, but depending on the situation, the rules are clear. Try this cheatsheet and good luck!
Exercise is one key to frugal living — but that gym membership may be a waste of dough. Go ahead, ditch the gym and commit to truly frugal fitness.
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Many phone upgrade offers seem worthwhile at the store, but are usually a waste of money. We promise — you won't need them, so don't buy them!
Unexpected expenses are the worst. Get one step ahead by staying prepared for these sneaky budget busters and keep saving more.
Don't limit your bulk buys to big box warehouse stores. From meat to gas, there are bulk buy opportunities aplenty to help you save a whole lot more.
Fancy coffee drinkers, heads up! Your daily caffeine vice may seem like a harmless treat, but it's costing you more money than you may realize.
Easter is not the most extravagant holiday but that bunny can still bite your budget. Fill this year's basket with frugal tips as well as treats.
Saving is hard, even for regular readers of Wise Bread. A new smartphone app aims to make setting money aside easier than ever. Here's what it's like.
Spring and summer bring fairer weather, but they aren't always as pleasant for your bank account. Keep your budget on ice when the temperatures rise.
Housing isn't cheap, especially if you're broke. But with some creativity and some gumption, you can put a roof over your head for nothing.
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You don't have to make life-altering changes to see big results. Start with one or two of these small money resolutions and grow from there!
Saving money is good for your bank account, but it's also good for your mental well-being. Start saving and start feeling better about yourself!
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