What does it take to adopt a truly frugal lifestyle? Follow these virtues and find out.
You worked hard for your miles! Make them take you further by traveling to these five overlooked world cities.
Make no mistake about it, these stocks are super-expensive — but they're not necessarily overpriced.
You may be a smart shopper, but thinking frugally is much more than setting your sights on the lowest prices and clearance racks.
Bitcoin hit its highest valuation in 2013, and is less than half that today. Is there a future for the volatile cryptocurrency?
Even if you aren't a frequent flyer, you can learn from one. These airline mile tips could be the secret to your next free vacation.
Never underestimate the money lessons a summer job can teach — even in the corn field!
Before you take on new financing for that fancy new car or diamond necklace, know that they'll depreciate in a blink.
Risk and reward go hand in hand, but how do you pick the investment strategy for your needs? Brush up on the basics before you buy.
Add some pizazz (and property value) to your home without breaking the bank. All you need is $20 and a few hours to yourself.
Stop throwing away cheap clothes and invest in the good stuff. These 16 wardrobe essentials will last you a lifetime.
You'd be surprised how well some of your old stuff holds its value. Before you junk your junk, consider turning it into cash — it's easy money!
For the stuff we use and rely on daily, sometimes it's better to avoid the bargain bin. Don't skimp on these 15 items.
Living frugally often means finding the lowest cost option, but for products and services like these, it usually pays to spend a little more.
Expensive is better, right? Our brains certainly think so, and that can cost us plenty. Learn how your brain deceives you and resist the splurge.
Today we found some great articles on maintaining the value of your car, things you should buy in bulk, and organizational tools.
Being happy with what you have is not about settling. It's about identifying what really matters to you, and then finding it in your life.
What's better than saving on a purchase? Purchasing a product or service — for less — that saves you money over time!
Sometimes spending more for "wasteful" products or services turns out to be the best value — in dollars and sense.
We're all about finding the best value, and sometimes the only way to get it is to fork over cash. Here are a few things it pays to pay more for.
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