"Greed is good," goes the famous line. After all, isn't greed a natural way to amass wealth? Not exactly.
Sloth, Pride, Gluttony — go for it! It turns out that sinning — in moderation — is probably actually good for you.
Getting control of our spending and our finances would be a lot easier if we weren't so materialistic. So why are we?
You know, I hear a lot of people say that frugal people would do anything for dime. Personally, I think that applies more to greedy people, but it got me thinking of a question tha
How about $200k? Or $500k? Well, I guess it all depends on the state of your marriage, but the bigger question is this: what would you do for money? I ask because I’m getting a lit
Today, November 23rd, is Black Friday. A day that as a Wisebread writer and bargain hunter I love. There are deals everywhere, we all get a chance to save a bit of dough before
As you all know, the iPhone launched recently to a flurry of press and TV news coverage. [more]
Sit ye down, hold your loved ones tight, and get ready for the seven deadliest sins of the modern day consumer.
(By the way, I know I’m a movie buff when I can reference two of the greatest films ever made in one blog headline. [more]
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