Kids are expensive, but if you've got more than one, you can score some great discounts. You just need to know how to ask.
Some rules of personal finance are handed down for generations. How many of these "cents-able" money lessons from Grandma and Grandpa are yours, too?
It's smart to cut some corners while traveling — but not for everything. Find out where to scrimp and where to splurge for the best vacation ever.
You're ready for retirement in every way except your savings — now what? Catch up, supplement, and cut costs.
Price matching is a great way to stick to your budget, but before you trust any retailer's price match claim, read the fine print.
Don't just take that job and shove it. Before giving notice, make sure you're prepared for whatever comes next.
Exercise is one key to frugal living — but that gym membership may be a waste of dough. Go ahead, ditch the gym and commit to truly frugal fitness.
Smart food budgeting is an essential skill. When you need to cut back even more — and fast! — get creative with what you have, and what you buy.
Is that extra set of wheels really necessary? You can save a lot of money by downsizing your driveway — you just need to map it out.
Adding some extra income will help you reach a savings goal that much sooner. Make it fun and you'll have a great time getting there, too.
Great food is one of the best parts of vacation but the cost adds up. Try a few of these tricks to save some cash on your next travel adventure!
Unexpected expenses are the worst. Get one step ahead by staying prepared for these sneaky budget busters and keep saving more.
Planning for retirement is daunting — even for twenty-somethings. Take a few simple steps and be on your way to building a healthy retirement fund.
You don't have to buy everything in bulk to save — who has the space? Just be sure to make room for these staples that are cheaper by the dozens.
Tax day is fast approaching. Try one of these smart ways to save up cash over the next month, and max out your personal IRA contribution; it's a deduction!
Sometimes we're not as thrifty as we think we are. Avoid these shopping slip-ups and bring home more for less every time.
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.
Today we found some great articles to help you quickly save money for a trip, avoid overspending traps, and form good money habits that stick.
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Today we found some fantastic articles on unconventional ways to save on your wedding, furniture buying tips, and giving yourself a pay raise every year.
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