The white walls and boring fixtures of apartments are a thing of the past. You don't need to own your abode to make it totally your own.
A smart, thoughtful answer to an interview question can help you clinch the job. Likewise, an epic blunder can knock you out of the top three.
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to save money at target, getting the most from your auto insurance claim, and crucial things to know about life.
Independence can be hard-earned, and even more difficult to keep. But part of that battle is providing yourself the right tools — not just in terms of "skills," but actual, physical things.
We all make dumb little purchases here and there — it's what puts the 'merica in America — but this habit can result in a whole bevy of negatives like unnecessary overspending and hazards to your health.
By now you've heard of the contretemps aboard an airliner last weekend during which one passenger prevented the seat in front of him from reclining through use of a device called the Knee Defender.
Once again, we're heading into the home stretch; the big shopping days are going to be here in no time.
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on eating better food for less, making big life decisions, and cheap baby essentials under $30.
Welcome to the new normal: The average worker today stays in a job for 4.4 years. You should probably expect that number to get even lower as 91% of Millennials expect to stay in a job for less than three years.
A few weeks ago, I was laid off for the very first time. I managed to stay calm and do everything I needed to do to make sure I wouldn't end up on the streets in a month.
Unless you're invited to hang out at a friend's house, social invitations typically require spending money — going to the movies, grabbing a bite to eat, hitting an amusement park.
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 20% to 50% of travelers — about 10 million people — get traveler's diarrhea every year.
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on the best sites for renting and buying textbooks, steps to financial prosperity, and things you should know about the U.S.
The average person spends about 13 hours every week sorting through email. With the number of worldwide email accounts expected to hit nearly 4.1 billion by 2015, it seems that those hours are likely to keep on growing and growing.
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Americans love to dine out. We spend an average of $1,000 annually just on going to lunch. In total, we each spend about $2700 annually in restaurants and on take-out.
For many investors, their primary — if not only — retirement investment account is their workplace 401(k) plan.
Right now, at this very moment, there are germs running literally all over you, all over your home, and all over absolutely everything you own.
Investing in a solid set of hair clippers and cutting your own hair can save you a ton in the long-term on haircut costs.
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