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Here’s yet another reason to forgo meat once, twice, or three times a week.
In today’s economy, avoiding debt can be particularly tricky. Here are 10 characteristics of people living with no debt.
1. They’re detail-oriented
People who are in a good financial position always pay close attention to their … Read More
When renting a car, beware of hidden charges and fee traps that can drive your money right of your wallet.
Plus: Rental Cars: 5 Tips For a Better Deal
1. Damage waiver
Even though you know you’re already covered by your car … Read More
As you head off on your summer vacation, do your part to keep security lines moving swiftly by dressing and packing sensibly. While these items probably won’t get you tossed off your flight, they could trigger unnecessary delays and … Read More
Bargains are great, but cross these gross, broken, and unsafe items off your list when you head out to garage sales.
Taking the family to an amusement park can feel more like an investment than a day of play. Parking, food, souvenirs – it adds up fast. If you plan to go to an amusement park more than once this summer it may be worth it to invest … Read More
The most important thing to do before picking a summer camp is to make sure your kids are ready and willing to go. Once you’ve established that, here are tips on how to give your kids a great summer experience without breaking the bank.
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Recent natural disasters have escalated residential safe sales, but are some papers safer at a bank? Here’s a guide to protecting your valuables.
It’s so common to throw out food that we rarely stop to consider that it’s a huge waste of money.
Most travelers don’t take advantage of hotel concierge services, but they should. Here are some useful benefits to checking in with your hotel concierge.
While car sharing may sound like some vaguely utopian experiment in cooperative living, it’s actually an affordable and simple idea that’s catching on across the country.
Some parents have almost as difficult a time talking with their teenagers about money as they do talking with them about sex. But teaching your kids the value of money is critical to their survival in the real world.
Everyone knows a vehicle’s value drops once it leaves the auto lot, right? Not so, says SmartMoney in a post on rising used-car prices—at least not today.
Check out this smart collection of little-known laundry secrets before you do your next load of laundry.
In tough economic times everyone’s looking for bargains. But while it’s a great idea to buy used bookshelves, books, and CDs, there are some things that just shouldn’t be bought at thrift stores. Here are the top ten:
Bike or … Read More
Gas prices continue to rise. For some, a smart refueling option may be a gas station credit card. Here are 3 expert picks for the best gas credit cards.
Wedding season is in full bloom, but that doesn’t mean your funds have to droop.