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What happens when your best intentions to save money take a turn for the worse?
Prices for beef, pork, poultry, dairy and eggs are on the rise. Apply the Meatless Monday theory to a few other days of the week and take other steps to keep your grocery budget from exploding.
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It's easier to make decisions about what jobs to take and when to outsource when you can put a dollar value on the hours of your life.
Here are eight inspiring examples of women who have made great strides in the workplace.
Print these free coupons and then use our recipe ideas to create healthy meals.
From fruit peels and coffee grounds to pantyhose and pill bottles, here's how to save money and treat your trash like treasure.
Charitable giving increased in many countries as people seemed more willing to help strangers and donate to charities than ever before.
You may have a credit in your Kindle account from a legal settlement that you probably didn't realize you were a part of. It’s time to go on a book shopping spree.
If you've started paying by app, do e-payments guilt you into tipping when you don’t think you need to?
A seasoned traveler says you just need to know which kind of credit card best suits your goals and spending habits. That's how you maximize travel rewards.
How digital cash for the Internet works and the story behind the anonymous person who started it.
If you're looking to live frugally, scratch this Southeast Asian republic off your list.
With a donation of $970 million, the Facebook co-founder tops the list of the nation's 50 most generous donors. Combined, they gave away $7.7 billion.
An easier home office deduction, joint federal returns for married same-sex couples and higher taxes for the wealthy are a few of the key changes for tax year 2013.
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