60 Creative and Simple Ways to Save Money
Boost your savings with these tips and tricks.
A Debt.com column by Zina Kumok, founder of Debt Free After Three.
A credit card company took me to court. This is how I dealt with it.
Heartbroken because mom rejected you? Me too. Here’s your next step.
Thinking about booking a low-rate rental car? You could be cruising toward trouble.
Even if you’ve been under-withholding all year, check now. You don’t want to be hit with penalties and interest.
You can save money — but there’s a catch: Spend more in a specific time frame to receive your discount.
Your mortgage lender will catch new charges when they pull a copy of your credit report before closing.
Not using a gym membership or magazine subscription? Cut them and keep the cash.
Opening a new credit card to get a good deal could cost you more in the long run.
Save money on going out to eat by preparing a week’s worth of easy, inexpensive foods in advance.
You may be tempted to buy the bigger house — but don’t forget all the extra costs that come with it.
Don’t hesitate on a bargain. You may never get the chance again.
You don’t always have to cut your losses when you get a raw deal.
Empty the bookshelves and start filling your wallet. The library’s cooler than you think.
How to decide when it’s worth spending on your kids’ ever-changing interests.
It’s all about priorities when deciding what to cut or keep while getting rid of debt.
She made mistakes but worked hard to fix them. As soon as she graduated, she started saving for retirement.
Could your favorite networking app be responsible for your increased spending?
Lesson No. 1: Less stuff equals less stress.
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