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Best Money Tips: Ways to Cut Your Tax Bill

Today we found some fantastic articles on cutting your tax bill, saving on your grocery bill, and getting a job after college.

Credit Cards Aren’t as Competitive as They Want You to Believe

Competition between businesses is what creates good deals for consumers, right? Then why the heck are credit card companies not more competitive?

12 Things You Need to Replace Right Now

If you're still using these 12 things, you could be exposing yourself to dangerous bacteria and chemicals. Discover what you need to replace now.

7 Beauty Tools That Aren't Worth the Money

Banish bathroom clutter by avoiding these seven beauty and grooming tools. They aren't worth the money!

Watching ads could be your ticket to a fortune.

Unless it’s Superbowl Sunday, most people don’t sit around watching ads (well, I do, it’s part of my job). But what if watching ads was turned into a lottery ticket? That’s the pre

Women of personal finance spotlight: Donna Freedman from MSN here to answer your questions

For this entire week Donna Freedman from MSN's Smart Spending blog will be answering questions in our forums about personal finance, frugal living, and her writing career. Donna is

The Toughest Tax Season Question All Married Couples Must Ask

You and your spouse want the biggest tax breaks possible. So how should you file — jointly or separately?

Best Money Tips: 4th of July Deals

Today we found some stellar articles on 4th of July Deals, saving money when shopping on Amazon, and beating the heat without beating your wallet.

Is your country corrupt?

When I first traveled overseas, I was surprised to learn that many foreigners thought of the United States as a corrupt place--surprised enough that I undertook some careful questi

Do Wantable's Statement Accessories Say Yay or Nay?

Wantable's accessories box yields beautiful, stylish jewelry at a deep discount, but do the savings make up for the cost for the service?

Best Money Tips: Money-Saving Tips for April

Today we found helpful articles on ways to save money in April, bad habits that rob you blind, and budget-friendly ways to improve your health.

Valentine's Day on a Budget

Looking for ways to honor your partner and your financial goals at the same time? Don't want to be a dud this Valentine's Day, but don't have fifty to a hundred bucks to drop on ch

The Gettin'-Baptized-in-the-Watah Epiphany

In an average week, an average chunky-blooded professional American could easily spend up to $140 on a combination of drinks that come with meals such as morning coffee, herbal tea

An ING Direct Online Retail Store? It's not a joke.

It was my birthday last week. I received an email from ING Direct and assumed it would just be birthday wishes. But, I opened the email and to my astonishment guess what it contain

Everything You Need to Know About Personal Finance on One Page

Trent Hamm of The Simple Dollar has published a short ebook he's giving away for free. It's audaciously titled "Everything You Ever Really Needed to Know About Personal Finance On

Crappy practice is a waste of time

If you want to get good at something, you need to practice. If you're not trying to get better, and just want to enjoy doing whatever it is, there's no need to practice--do what y

Best Money Tips: Letting Go of Financial Stress

Today we found some great articles on letting go of financial stress, Black Friday deals from the biggest stores, and avoiding binge-shopping.

5 Best Amazon Deals for Monday 12/02

Today's great deals include $50 off Kindle Fire HDX 7", 50% off Mattel and Fisher-Price toys, Plantronics Bluetooth Headset $19.99, and more!

15 Low Cost Ways to Beat Stress

Emotional spending and expensive junk food binges -- budget busters -- are often triggered by stress. Here are 15 ideas for diminishing stress without spending a lot of money.

Best Money Tips: The Ultimate Guide to Saving Money at the Movies

Today we found some fantastic articles on saving at the movies, throwing a cheap and easy holiday party, and why investing your emergency fund is a bad idea.