Many of us probably resolved to "spend less" this year, but didn't give the "how" much thought. Here are five "how's" to get you started.
Creating a basic budget truly is simple and easy, and so is maintaining it afterward. What are you waiting for? Take five minutes and start budgeting!
Some investments and major purchases are better than others. Learn to to identify each — and how to find your way to financial security.
After several years of decline, Americans are spending more again, but in different ways. For the frugal-minded, it's a reminder that thrift is an endurance race, not a sprint.
One of the best ways to manage a budget and control your money is to actively track spending. All of these apps and online tools make tracking your expenses easy.
In honor of the CFPB's awesome #MoneyChat on Tuesday, we are featuring some of the best resources shared during their chat!
Today we found some stellar articles on curbing spending on Pinterest finds, getting financially ready for wedding season, career advice from graduation speeches.
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Today we found some great articles on tips for spending less money, keeping the peace when parents move in with their adult children, and selling your clothes for cash.
Today we found some fantastic articles on smart ways to spend $1,000, grow your career while giving back, and useful things you can always find at Goodwill.
Today we found some awesome articles on how to stop buying so many "wants," saving money and the planet, and correcting the wrong money lessons.
Today we found some fantastic articles on sneaky ways supermarkets get you to spend more, paying less for insurance, and money talks to have with your kids.
Is it really money you are after? Get your life back and live happier!
When the going gets tough, the tough get smart about saving and spending.
We take a look at super savers and discuss the idea of extreme saving. How much saving is too much?
When is something truly affordable? If you are making more than $1 million a year, does this automatically mean you can afford everything?
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,
Eventually, there comes a point in time when you can actually afford a few niceties in life. How will you react?
Sometimes, what seems like a waste of money might actually be one of the best ways you can spend your cash.
It might feel like you're not losing much by spending all of your income now....you're just giving up flexibility, freedom, and a few other not-so-little things.
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