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Best Money Tips: Make Christmas Shopping Simple

Today we found some awesome articles on making Christmas shopping simple, financial moves to consider for 2012, and mythbusting extreme couponing.

Best Money Tips: Black Friday Shopping Tips

Today we found some awesome articles on Black Friday shopping tips, holiday gifts for under $25, and including your spouse in financial planning.

Best Money Tips: Get the Most for Your Money When Toy Shopping

Today we found some awesome articles on getting the most for your money when buying toys, planning your holiday budget, and fashion on a budget.

Best Money Tips: Save and Shop Smart

Today we found some great articles on saving and shopping smart, tips for shopping consignment sales, and career lessons from Julia Child.

Best Money Tips: Frugal Back-to-School Shopping

Today we found some great articles on frugal back-to-school shopping, how to complain about your credit card, and frugal living tips for college students.

5 Awesome Alternatives to Groupon

Check out a few of the attention-worthy alternatives to the popular Groupon.

How to Save Money With Online Sample Sales

Online sample sales could be a great way to introduce your wardrobe to some fresh looks without the sticker shock typically associated with these looks. Learn how to save now!

Will That Thing Really Change Your Life?

Will it make you happy? Will it bring you the endless hours of joy that you imagine when you look at it? What thing am I talking about? Well, it's different for every person,

7 Reasonable Alternatives to Buying

That buying decision always comes up, but the answer isn't always to "just do it". Here are 7 alternatives you can pursue, because, hey, who has indefinite amounts of

50 Healthy Foods for Under $1 a Pound

Good-for-you food doesn't need to be expensive. These 50 healthy eats can be purchased for under $1 a pound.

The Best Places to Get Coupons Online

Your guide to the best places to find coupons online.

Can Your Spending Patterns Affect Your Credit?

Regardless of how fiscally cautious and responsible you are as a credit card holder, you may still be curious to know just how much credit card companies know about you through you

Da' Buy World: Considering "Blue Saturday"

The hard truth behind pop culture trends such as Black Friday, is that saving money on items you don't need because of a price drop, is still a net loss. While many shopped until t

Recession Journal V: Mind, The GAP

Some well known mainstays of Corporate America have decided not to wait for an official recovery but to sell the idea of it to you. Can we collectively as corporate citizens and co

Who has the time (or money) for deals?

I pay almost no attention to "deals" sites. I scarcely even read the lists of deals here on Wise Bread. There are several reasons, but they pretty much come down to two things: I d

Save a Bundle on Your Groceries: Consider Your Local Asian Market

Despite the coupons and the special offers, the major supermarket chains are not cheap. You find a deal now and then, but on the whole they really don’t give you great value for mo

Bulk Buying and Small Business (Our $100 GC Winner Shares the Scoop)

Awhile back we invited small business owners to share how a membership to Sam’s Club may help them save money in this tough economy. We received great feedback from many small bus

Things You Might Not Know About Your Local Thrift Store

The nation as a whole has been exploring new avenues for savings these days. Thrift stores can be a great place to get what you need and pay what you want. Here are some tips for n

6 C's to Keep You Frugal While Shopping

When you prepare to go on a shopping trip, there are 6 things that you should equip yourself with before heading out.

Behold: The Secrets of the Grocery Store

A trip to the grocery store may be a hit or a miss, depending on your perspective. Some people love going to the store each week and others detest it with a passion. But there are