Got $500 burning a hole in your pocket? Instead of blowing it on stuff, use it wisely to improve your finances, your home, or yourself.
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Memorable family vacations are common adventures for savvy travel rewards card users. Begin a trip far away by starting with these basics.
The average American's tax refund is about $3000. Here are 50 ways to put it to better-than-average use.
Looking for more ways to cut costs? These five ways cost hardly any time, but the savings add up to nearly $1,500 a year.
Today we found some fantastic articles on useful things to do with your tax refund money, when renting makes more sense than buying, and reasons to use a cash-only spending plan.
One quirk of the tax law is that any contributions to a Roth IRA before April 15 count against last year's limits. Here are four good reasons to open one now.
Investing seems daunting to beginners, but it doesn't have to be as complicated as it seems. Master these beginners' tricks and you'll be on your way!
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Will Ferrell may be an unlikely source of money and life lessons, but his films often turn on key personal finance concepts. Shake and bake!
The culture, the people, the food — city life is great, but it's also expensive. Luckily, these smaller cities offer big city amenities at country prices.
Today we found some awesome articles on saving money at the pump, plugging your financial leaks, and conversation starters that make mingling fun.
Donald Trump learned about the importance of cash flow the hard way. Read on to learn from his very expensive mistakes!
For many couples, money is the biggest source of stress — often because of these critical marriage and money mistakes. Are you and your spouse making them?
Some credit card rewards are better than others. Make sure you're making the most of your rewards by avoiding the ripoffs and grabbing the best deals.
If saving was easy, we'd all be saving more. Try one or more of these savings strategies and see if the habit doesn't finally stick.
What are you saving for? Hopefully it's some (or all!) of these important savings goals.
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