So you want to be your own stylish fashionista on the cheap, without breaking the bank? Living on the cheap you can be just that. Upgrade your wardrobe selectively from time to time with embellishments, enhancements, accessories, and simple redesigns.
It’s OK to try new things and fail. But some of the decisions you make now will play a key role in your future.
Consider your driving needs when deciding whether to purchase or lease your next car. Sometimes, new car deals can beat used cars over the long run.
Most people don’t check out homeowner’s association rules and procedures before buying a home in the neighborhood, which can lead to problems down the road.
When most of us think of The Rat Race – the antithesis of a simple life – slaving away 40 plus hours a week and living paycheck to paycheck, never saving, never getting ahead. You don’t have to live your life this way. Here are a few steps to a simpler life.
Think saving money means giving up things you want? Here are ways to save cash you won’t even notice.
Teach your kids that money doesn’t grow on trees with these helpful tips from a financial education pro.
Personal finance blogger Miranda Marquit shares four creative tips on ways you can begin getting out of debt and start living on a budget.
Your credit score and your financial identity affect everything in your life, and you should protect them both. Here’s why and how.
Can’t afford to travel? Here are seven relatively painless ways to save for your next vacation.
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