The way you spend money might say a lot about your core values. Do your spending habits and your morals line up?
The Depression was a dark time in America's history, but it did yield some incredible tips for surviving on a budget and saving money.
We usually caution against retail therapy — it's so wasteful! — but if you're gonna, at least try to reduce some of the harm.
Deciding to tackle your debt is half the battle! Once you're ready, here's how to hit the ground running.
Americans may spend big on health care and education, but we save big bucks on these common purchases, on average. Do you?
Can't figure out why you keep making the same money mistakes? Your birth order might be to blame.
We've all read about (or heard about) the habits of highly effective people — but what about the habits of the fantastically frugal?
Money comes in; money goes out. You may not know it, but while you're practicing your downward dog, you may also be improving your finances.
There's a lot more to sloth than plain laziness — and a lot more ways it's costing you money.
Today we found some great articles on habits that lead to wealth and prosperity, smart ways to multitask, and ways to slash your cell phone bill.
Today we found some great articles on money habits that will make you rich, how to remove sweat stains from white shirts, and things you’re doing that could cause a car accident.
It turns out that high earners share a lot of habits that help them succeed. How many of these habits are yours?
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!
If you want to get better at managing your money, watch what you say.
You've tried and tried to control your spending, but still it gets away from you? Make spending something you dislike and watch your savings grow.
Our families teach us "money scripts" that can drive our entire financial lives. Learn more about what they are — and how you can change them.
You don't have to change your whole life to start saving more and spending less. Start with one of these doable challenges and goals, and frugal it up from there.
Our histories shape who we are, including how we manage money. What early experiences helped you become the financial person you are today?
I wish I could tell you exactly what to do, but whether saving a few bucks is worth your time is well, a question only you can answer. It's your job. Do it well.
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