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.
Max is owning her crazy in her journey to save $31K this year. Her husband, Mr. Spendypants, is along for the ride.
Forget the spreadsheets. The best thing you can do for your budget is to take a step back and look at the big picture.
Start living a life more frugal — right now! — with one simple shift in perspective.
We've all got baggage. Stop being charged for it!
Costs have a tendency to creep up when we're on the road. Learn to be a savvy spender no matter where the travel bug takes you.
The smartest thing you can do for retirement planning is so easy, there's just no excuse not to do it. Even better? It's free.
We love to hate (or hate to love?) Starbucks and their exorbitant prices. These clever little tricks can shave dollars off your coffee tab.
Breaking a bad habit is not easy, but it's a whole lot easier when there's a lot of money is at stake. How much can you save?
Congratulations! You're finally free of credit card debt. Now what should you do?
You don't need a zillion dollars to live the life of an ex-pat — just choose one of these picturesque and charming cities.
The only thing better than reading your favorite book is listening to the audio version. And here's how to get audiobooks on the cheap.
Lots of frugal living advice is for couples and families, but anyone can cut costs dramatically while living alone, too — no roommate required!
For Max, a new career means learning a whole new skill set. Find out how she's achieving it while keeping to her strict budget.
From pet sitters to personal chefs, the sharing economy can help make your next vacation a memorable, and affordable, experience.
If planning for retirement is your primary financial goal, you may be doing it wrong.
Ready to give your child a mega financial jumpstart? Consider opening them a Roth IRA.
Getting in great shape shouldn't cost you an arm and a leg. Here's how to get fit for zero dollars.
We all know that saving for retirement is of key importance. But how do you pick the right plan for you?
A huge percentage of Millennials move back home with Mom and Dad. These money moves will help them get their financial footing.
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