Interest rates may be on the rise. Here's how you can take advantage.
Read the fine print on your credit card agreement, and you may be surprised at all the ways your account can save you money. Wait! What?
Your neighbor may be the biggest drain on your finances, and you don't even realize it. Are you living near one of these types of bad neighbors?
It's okay to spend some money to relax and recharge, but you won't enjoy what these pricey pastimes will do to your wallet.
Pay yourself an extra $100 this month (or any month) by paying attention to your spend and cutting back where it counts.
For a few reasons — some unfair — women face obstacles to money that men do not. Learn about those obstacles — and learn how to overcome them.
People come up with the silliest reasons not to get started investing. Drop these excuses and get started investing!
You may be the cheapest person you know. But is it possible you're actually wasting money when you think you're saving?
Sad stories of spendthrift athletes wasting millions are all too common. But for these five footballers, frugal lifestyles keep their finances fit.
It's always good to be mindful about spending, but for the unemployed, an abstract should is a real world must. Here's how to cut back, fast.
Are you an introvert? If so, your inclinations to listening, thinking, and looking before leaping are well suited to earning, saving, and investing.
Small little spending and budgeting mistakes add up to big holes in your finances. The good news is that you can find and fix them.
Today we found some amazing articles on secrets to save money on gas, things you'll be proud of doing, and things you are likely paying too much for.
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.
Today we found some fantastic articles on saving money on beer, inexpensive date ideas, and saving more on dental care.
The good news is that two-thirds of Americans have saved at least something for retirement. Do any of these explanations sound familiar?
Today we found some amazing articles on ways to trick yourself into saving money, watching college football without cable, and cities with the most job opportunities.
If the usual motivations to save aren't working (emergencies, big purchases, your future), let your dark side guide your money.
Accelerate your debt retirement by redirecting current spending to repaying old bills. Lots of little savings here and there add up fast!
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