12 Habits of Highly Responsible Credit Card Users

While regular credit card use can be harmful, these 12 responsible credit habits can help you build a stronger credit rating and a healthier bottom line.

Best Money Tips: Lowering Your Grocery Bill

Today we found some fantastic articles on lowering your grocery bill, getting health insurance with no job, and saving money on your data plan.

The Best Job Hunting Tips of the Year

Ready to find a great new job in 2013? Get a jump start with SavvySugar's best job-hunting tips from 2012.

Ask the Readers: What Was Your Best Money Moment of 2012?

Tell us about your best money moment of 2012 and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!

15 Uses for Garlic That Deserve a Round of Applause

Put your garlic to work beyond the kitchen with this list of alternative uses that help you do everything from remove splinters to cure sore throats.

Best Money Tips: Throw a New Years Bash for Less Cash

Today we found some stellar articles on throwing a new years bash for less cash, paying off your auto loan early, and ways to donate to the Sandy Hook victims.

7 Hot Credit Card Trends for 2013

From mobile wallets to great sign-up bonuses to (could it be?) easy credit, learn about next year's big credit card trends.

Financial Lessons From "It's A Wonderful Life"

The classic film “It’s a Wonderful Life” isn't just a heartwarming holiday classic — it also contains financial lessons that are still relevant today.

How Joe Mihalic Paid Off $90K of Student Loans in 7 Months

How did Joe pay off so much debt so quickly? Joe shares his debt-fighting secrets.

7 Ways to Deal With Unwanted Gifts

The holidays are a time for giving...and receiving things you don't want. Here are seven ways to deal with gifts you just won't use.

Best Money Tips: Money Lessons from Santa

Today we found some awesome articles on money lessons from Santa, holiday events that won't tax your wallet, and saving by doing little things.

Capital Substitutes for Labor — and Vice Versa

Retirement planning has changed a lot since the economic downturn. But the things you need to understand and do are still very simple.

10 Easy-to-Fix Cover Letter Mistakes

If you're not getting called in for job interviews, the problem could be your cover letter. Make sure it's up to snuff by avoiding these mistakes.

Thursday Night Soup: Delicious Soup From Leftovers

If you want to stretch your pantry and your budget while reducing food waste in your kitchen, discover the delicious experiment that is Thursday Night Soup.

Best Money Tips: How to Be a Good Thrift Store Shopper

Today we found some fantastic articles on how to be a good thrift store shopper, stopping the cycle of debt, and holiday gifts that give back.

Boost Your Retirement Savings: Avoid 401(k) Fees

New rules will make it easier to monitor fees charged by your 401(k) account administrator. Here's how to avoid paying many of them.

Join Our Tweetchat on Thu 12/20, 12pm Pacific for a Chance to Win Prizes

Topic: The Holiday Chat! Join our conversation for chance to win Amazon gift certificates! Use #WBChat to participate!

5 Creative Uses for Stale Cereal

Don't toss out that stale breakfast cereal! Instead, check out these ways to ensure that none of it goes to waste.

ChexSystems: What It Is, and How It Can Make It Difficult for You to Open a Bank Account

Most of us know that looking at our credit report is part of maintaining financial health, but what about our banking report? Enter ChexSystems.

Best Money Tips: Best Life Hacks of 2012

Today we found some stellar article on the best life hacks of 2012, how to save on your electric bill, and ways to make extra money.