What to Look for in a Fixer-Upper

If you are willing to put in some time and work, you may be able to save money on your next home purchase by buying a fixer-upper. Here's what to look for.

16 Cheap, Low-Cal Condiments to Brighten Up Boring Food

You can keep your food budget slim and make your meals delicious — turn flavorless food into delicacies with these condiments.

Checking in With Old Goals for the New Year

It seems like New Year's resolutions were made to be broken. This year, let's change that by looking old resolutions and getting them back on track.

Weight Watchers for Your Wallet

There are a lot of parallels between losing weight and saving money — in fact, some of the best financial advice comes from dieting.

12 Proactive Things You Can Do Right Now

You don't need a list of resolutions to start living a better life. Start today with these simple steps that can lead to a happier and healthier you.

Best Money Tips: Free Ways to Relax

Today we found some great articles on totally free ways to relax, creating lasting financial resolutions, and the keys to winning with money.

From Sweet Tea to Chai: Delicious Homemade Tea Recipes

Hot or cold, tea is a remarkably versatile beverage. Whether simple or fancy, hot or cold, discover 10 delicious and frugal ways to enjoy tea.

How to Score Extra Scholarship Money for College

One third of undergraduate college students used scholarships to pay for college last year, with an average of $7,700, according to Sallie Mae’s national “How America Pays for College” study. [more]

4 Tips for Making Resolutions Stick in the New Year

Almost everybody makes New Year's resolutions, and almost nobody keeps them for more than a few weeks. But resolutions can work — here's how.

Best Money Tips: The Best and Worst Baby Buys

Today we found some awesome articles on the best and worst baby buys, ways to budget your bucks, and saving money on your car insurance.

Watching Tots: How to Get Started in Babysitting

Teens make good pocket money by babysitting, but there's no rule that says adults can't do it, too. Here's how to get started.

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Money Resolutions: 6 Ways to Take Control in 2013

The start of the new year is a great time to give your saving and investment strategy a makeover. Here's how to get started.

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.