These finance-themed earworms will be stuck in your head all day. Don't say we didn't warn you.
If you're willing to search for product codes, tweet a brand name, or watch a product demo, you can get free stuff. Sit up straight, couch potato!
Most local TV stations broadcast in beautiful High Definition and other frequencies, for free, and anyone can watch. All you need is a good antenna.
Face it, there really isn't much "must -see TV" these days. Augment your next tube watching session with these little life improvers.
Get up offa that couch, switch off the TV, and spend some quality time tonight with your family or your finances or your favorite loyal friend.
How far can you take the frugal lifestyle? Hopefully not this far.
The staff at the Pawnee Parks and Recreation Department can teach us a lot about personal finance, whether they mean to or not.
Dropping your cable subscription and switching to content streamers like Hulu and Netflix is complicated. Or is it? Cutting the cord has never been easier.
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Today we found some awesome articles on alternatives to cable TV, tips for wiping out your credit card debt, and little-known facts about the Roth IRA.
From the do-everything guys of Dos Equis and Old Spice to Snickers' hunger alter-egos, do you find yourself reciting these popular ad campaigns?
Tell us if you pay for cable TV and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
"You should never pay more than $10 for a standard six-foot HDMI cable" -CNET
If time is money, and I sincerely believe it is, then these five remote control hacks will save you a little of both. Some are time savers, others money savers, and some do both.
You know, I hear a lot of people say that frugal people would do anything for dime. Personally, I think that applies more to greedy people, but it got me thinking of a question tha
During hard times, eating cheap food may seem to make sense, but it can be more costly to us in the long run.
I haven't owned a television in over 7 years. I haven't lived in a house with a set in over 5 years. I spend my days largely television-free, and I actually like it.
How about $200k? Or $500k? Well, I guess it all depends on the state of your marriage, but the bigger question is this: what would you do for money? I ask because I’m getting a lit
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