It’s that time of the year again. People all across the world are trying to come up with holiday gift ideas for the frugal and
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If the world and the people in it were simple and sensible, hardly anyone would struggle with money. Families with debt would take rational steps
Credit cards are powerful tools that can help you build, improve, and even restore your credit score (which is increasingly important in today’s economy). The
A few days ago, I was cleaning out the garage when I found my old set of golf clubs. Now, for those of you who
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This is part of an informal series of posts where I outline how I’ve applied money-saving strategies to many of my hobbies without sacrificing what
A few months ago, I posted an article on how we plan frugal family vacations in national parks. During the first half of June, we
A few days ago, I was reviewing my credit card bill and I noticed some expenses that surprised me. Two of them were annual renewals
For many college graduates, an advanced degree is a one-way ticket to earning more. By working beyond a bachelor’s degree, new graduates can climb the
We’ve always heard a good friend is “worth their weight in gold.” But is that always true? With some friends, absolutely. A good friend can be
Imagine waking up every day with an insatiable urge to shop. The second you get a chance, you check the racks and sales, desperate for
It’s a statistic that I just can’t get over: 76% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. That just simply blows my mind every time I
Max wrote in with a great question that started off in the reader mailbag, but eventually grew into a rather long post. Here’s what he