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.
Holiday spending knocked your budget all out of whack? Use these tools to start budgeting smartly in 2015.
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!
Whether you're tired of paying late fees or just tired of bill pay day, an automated bill reminder helps you manage your budget and your time.
Where does it all go? Who knows!? Watch out for these mindless spends and keep control of your money.
Let robots manage your money for you and you'll never pay a late fee or go over budget again.
Refocus your holiday spirit on time well spent with friends and family this year and Santa won't won't get the better of your budget again.
Depending on your debt situation, a peer-to-peer loan may be an affordable — and sensible — way to retire debt. Here's what you should consider.
Pay yourself an extra $100 this month (or any month) by paying attention to your spend and cutting back where it counts.
Fill your your belly without emptying your wallet with these nutritious staples that can be had for under a dollar a pound.
Rising home heating costs are a sure sign winter's almost here. Keep utility costs manageable with these easy home energy efficiency boosts.
Sad stories of spendthrift athletes wasting millions are all too common. But for these five footballers, frugal lifestyles keep their finances fit.
How much is a side gig worth? For one enterprising recent grad, it was worth $40,000, plus interest, and no more debt.
It's always good to be mindful about spending, but for the unemployed, an abstract should is a real world must. Here's how to cut back, fast.
Small little spending and budgeting mistakes add up to big holes in your finances. The good news is that you can find and fix them.
Trying to build a nest egg? Resist the urge to purge your pocketbook on every shiny bauble you see and watch your savings grow.
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