Personal finance is serious business, just like the rest of adulthood. And like the rest of adulthood, we can learn about it through play.
Mom! Dad! I'm bored! Not anymore with this list of fun — and free — games and activities that will entertain everybody.
Sure, games are fun, but they can also make us smarter, teach us about money, and stave off dementia. Try these brain building pastimes.
Get up offa that couch, switch off the TV, and spend some quality time tonight with your family or your finances or your favorite loyal friend.
Take your next friendly gathering from zero to fun with this collection of engaging and frugal group activities.
If you think Monopoly and The Game of Life teach players sound money management skills — go directly to jail. Do not pass GO, do not collect $200.
If your kids have made the kitchen or family room into their playroom, reclaim your space with these budget-friendly playroom ideas.
Tired of spending $30 on a single toy? Here are 10 super-fun toys and games you can make at home with common items.
Angry Birds might be a fantastic time waster, but it can also teach you valuable life lessons. Really.
Today we found some awesome articles on turning old movies and games into cash, debt reduction plans, and avoiding ATM fees.
It's exciting, it's risky, and it means you might get to eat for free -- or pay the entire bill. Discover the fun and danger of credit card roulette.
Let me help you get a jump on shopping for Christmas 2011: Here are some of my favorite frugal and funny gifts from this year.
You have the food, you have your guests, now add the entertainment: Here are five games under $20 that kids and adults can enjoy together.
During the Christmas break my husband and I went to dinner with some of his friends from high school. One couple we spoke with told us that they are trying to save money for a dow
Your chances of winning McDonald's Monopoly game are all based on the odds of finding one particular piece from each set.
I know several people with an XBox 360. Six in fact. Three of those six have had no end of problems, and to me a 50% chance of buying a crappy product is just not good enough. [more]
My favorite scammers from The Real Hustle have been busy. I know over 130,000 of you enjoyed (and hopefully tried out) the friendly scams in my last post . Well, the hustlers have
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