Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to see the world on a budget, why you just overpaid at the store, and the smart way to lend money to friends and family.
Most of us believe that it's better to be safe than sorry. However, when it comes to buying warranties, you may be acting on emotion.
Going out to eat is a large expense for many people, especially city dwellers. But sometimes, dining out is justifiable — and in some cases, it's even a better value than eating at home.
Think about your last big argument with your sweetheart. You know the one — the knock-down, drag-out "heated discussion" that made you wonder if you or your partner (or both of you) were crazy, because there was simply no consensus to be had.
Just like water and electricity, Internet service is now essentially considered a public utility following the passage of new net neutrality rules by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
You need fuel to stay bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, and it makes all the difference whether that fuel consists of processed sugars or healthful, natural ingredients like protein and vitamins.
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on fabulously creative and frugal DIY blogs, the habits of highly motivated people, and the worst airports for penny pinchers.
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Easter has never been a break-the-bank holiday, but you can easily go overboard. Keep your bunny budget in check with these tips to cut costs during this time-honored spring celebration.
Credit cards have been around for 65 years, and the number of credit card options available to consumers today is in the hundreds.
Spring is here! For many households big and small, that means it's time to clean the nest inside and out.
Want to eat well and spend less at your next social gathering? Consider hosting an informal potluck dinner.
One of the earliest money lessons that I remember learning from my financial planner father was the correct protocol for tax refunds: The ideal situation is to receive a modest refund of $500 or less.
Unless you happen to be self-employed or independently wealthy, you will have a boss. I have had many different bosses over my 20 years in the ad business, and they have ranged from the sublime to the just plain awful.
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on crazy spring cleaning hacks, over 30 ways to use baby oil, and things you don’t need to be happier in life.
If you have walked into a coffee shop anywhere, then you know that coffee isn't just coffee — there are many varieties of this roasty, aromatic drink.
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If you've taken a flight recently, you've probably noticed just how much service has declined. In most cases, meals are no longer free.
When I'm in the market to purchase, well, anything, I usually first check Amazon to find the best price.
One of my longstanding fears is that my retirement will see me living on the street, homeless and destitute.