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  1. Study Abroad: Budget for Australia

    Australia is one of the most popular – and most expensive – destinations for U.S. students who want to study abroad. But ...
  2. How Walmart Model Wins With "Everyday Low Prices"

    Walmart's success stems from low costs, which are possible through specific supply and distribution strategies, and are passed ...
  3. Best Ways To Save On Travel Using Airline Miles

    How to travel and save money by using airline miles.
  4. Apple Pay vs Google Wallet: How They Work

    Apple Pay and Google Wallet are mostly identical offerings. Apple may be to be easier to use, but Google has a more features.
  5. Hotels Vs. Airbnb For New York City Visitors

    Airbnb can make a trip to an expensive city like New York more affordable. Here are the pros and cons of Airbnb vs. hotels.
  6. Study Abroad: Budget For Italy

    Study abroad in Italy is a popular choice for U.S. students, and it doesn't have to break the bank. Plus, the career payoffs ...
  7. Study Abroad: Budget For Spain

    Study abroad can have big career payoffs. Here's what to expect to pay for that investment – from tuition and travel, to ...
  8. Top-Ranked Personal Finance Software

    Should you pay for personal finance software or get it free? The best program for you depends on your needs and how private ...
  9. Travel Cost Comparison: New York Vs. Tokyo

    What visitors to these two great (but expensive) tourist meccas can expect to pay for hotel, meals and seeing the sights. ...
  10. How Do Hotel Night Auctions Work?

    To undercut competitors in the online space, opaque pricing and auction nights have provided leaders in the hotel industry ...
  11. Alternative Travel: Discount Hotels And More Online

    A variety of tech companies such as Airbnb, VRBO, HomeAway, and Travelmob, travelers provide a comparable alternative to ...
  12. The Cheapest Way To Travel To (And In) Europe

    Europe is a dream destination for many, but it doesn't have to be out of reach. Here are tips on how to see Europe on the ...
  13. Do Your Card's Travel Benefits Make The Grade?

    If you take frequent trips, it pays to evaluate the different travel benefits that a credit card offers – from airline miles ...
  14. Traveler's Checks Vs. ATM Cash: Tips for Tourists

    Traveler's checks were once the preferred way to make purchases overseas, but most tourists now get cash at an ATM – or use ...
  15. Understanding 'Per Diem'

    Per diem is one method for reimbursing employees for business-travel expenses. Companies using the per diem method must follow ...
  16. You Can't Live On Love

    If your head is in the clouds, check out this down-to-earth financial advice for couples.
  17. Save Money The Scottish Way

    Take a trip through history to learn from some (in)famously frugal Scots.
  18. Drawbacks Of Travel Reward Programs

    These nearly universal loyalty programs can have handy perks, but they're not a free ride.
  19. Are Return-Of-Premium Riders Worth It?

    Find out if this policy coverage will add money to your pocket, or cost you in the long run.
  20. Stop Keeping Up With The Joneses - They're Broke

    Conspicuous consumption could be robbing you of future wealth.
  21. Free Financial Counseling Programs For Students

    Learning to manage your money is no easy task, but there are plenty of resources designed especially to help.
  22. 5 Ways To Stunt A Child's Financial Growth

    Personal finance is not covered in schools, so it's up to parents to teach kids how to manage money.
  23. Stock Market Simulators: Play Your Way To Profits

    Online stock simulators make learning about stocks as fun and easy as playing a game.
  24. Travel Tips For Keeping You And Your Money Safe

    Take precautions to avoid being taken advantage of on your vacation.
  25. How Much Debt Can You Handle?

    Follow these five steps to manage debt without cutting up your credit cards.
  26. 5 Ways To Control Emotional Spending

    Follow these five simple steps to keep your spending under control.
  27. How A Bad Roommate Can Ruin Your Credit Score

    Living with someone can cut your expenses, but in addition to not doing the dishes, your roommate may do serious damage to ...
  28. 8 Tips To Help You Control Holiday Spending

    These tips will have you singing "Joy to the World" well into the New Year.
  29. The Basics Of Financial Responsibility

    Just being able to make your credit card payment doesn't cut it. Find out what does.
  30. Take Advantage Of A Housing Crisis - Rent!

    When a housing crisis strikes, the big winners are often the renters.
  31. Where To Put Your Cash: Call Deposit Vs Time Deposit Accounts

    Time deposit accounts and call deposit accounts allow customers to earn higher interest in exchange for less access to their ...
  32. 4 Savings Accounts for Investors

    Curious about the best saving accounts and which ones suit investors?
  33. Find the Best Savings Account Rates

    You know how to spot the highest interest rate, but how do you really get the best deal on savings accounts?
  34. Why Some Kids Never Leave The Nest

    Giving your children a free ride can be costly for both of you.
  35. Get the Best Savings Interest Rates For You

    How do you choose between market deposit accounts, CDs and traditional savings accounts?
  36. The Best Places To Exchange Currency

    Unexpected fees for changing currency can blow your foreign-travel budget. Follow these strategies to avoid them as much ...
  37. 5 Things You Shouldn't Do During A Recession

    These tips can help you avoid financial risk, and are especially important during an economic slowdown.
  38. A Day Without Spending, A Lifetime's Worth Of Lessons

    Financial guru Suze Orman once challenged her fans to go a day without spending any money. Here are the lessons learned from ...
  39. 5 Financial Lessons You Must Teach Your Kids

    Teach your kids the relationship between work, money and achieving financial goals with these five simple lessons.
  40. What's the Cheapest Airfare Really?

    By the time you add in all the extra fees, that supposedly discount airfare might not be your best bet. Here's how to know ...
  41. How To Work In Financial Communications

    The surest way to develop a career in financial communications is to blend together the right mix of talent, education, persistence ...
  42. How To Keep Debt Low

    Here's a breakdown of how you can stay out of debt or keep your debt low.
  43. Cheap Steps To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

    Making small adjustments to your habits and lifestyle can have big payoffs.
  44. Websites That Save You Money On Hotel Rooms

    Before you just reserve a room through the hotel, check out these six discount websites. But watch out for traps like nonrefundable ...
  45. Five Little Money Leaks That You Can Plug Right Now

    If you sometimes feel that money trickles through your fingers, you could be right. Here's how to take control and keep yourself ...
  46. Americans Are Borrowing More To Buy Cars - But Should They Be?

    As the economy slowly heals, credit has become easier to obtain and interest rates have gone down. But does that mean it's ...
  47. Financial Risks That Don't Pay Off: The Cost Of Reckless Financial Behavior

    Despite the recessions, citizens continue to take financial risks and spend outside of their means without fully appreciating ...
  48. 4 Of Today’s Finance Undergraduates Share Their Experiences And Advice

    In this article, we'll take a look at what four real-life finance students are studying this fall, what jobs and internships ...
  49. Is That Finance Internship Worth It?

    There are a lot facters to consider when pursuing a financial internshp. Here are some insights from several experts, to ...
  50. Top Business And Finance Degrees For 2013

    The current crop of business students are picking in-demand majors with high salaries and flexible career paths.
  51. Is Higher Education Still A Good Investment?

    Rising tuition fees and an ailing job market continue to perpetuate a cycle of spiralling student debt and lost opportunities. ...
  52. The Causes And Costs Of Absenteeism

    Playing hooky to play golf may feel harmless, but the accumulated effect of absenteeism hurts businesses' bottom line. This ...
  53. 5 Budget Tips For Your European Backpacking Trip

    In this article, we'll explore a few ways you can enjoy the sights and sounds of Europe without breaking the bank.
  54. The Diner's Guide To Tipping

    A look at the standards for tipping service staff in some popular vacation destinations, and the rationale for each custom. ...
  55. 10 Great Summer Jobs For Teens

    There are a lot of summer jobs out there, find out what's available, how much it costs and what skills you need.
  56. 10 Financial Gifts To Give Your Daughter

    Teaching your daughter about money may be a gift you can give that can last for a lifetime.
  57. Debunking 10 Budget Myths

    Don't let these excuses prevent you from reaching your financial goals.
  58. 3 Alternative Budgeting Styles: Which One Suits You?

    Not everyone is cut out for online or heavily-involved budgeting. Here are some budgeting solutions.
  59. Becoming Part Of The Thrift Market: How To Make And Save Money

    With another recession looming large in the United States, here's how the thrift industry offers hope for the future.
  60. Understanding The Difference Between Spending And Investing

    Learn more about the difference between investment and spending, and why it is an important distinction to make.
  61. Balance Work And Grad School

    The advantages enjoyed by successful work-study participants are well worth the time and effort exerted.
  62. Top 4 Consumer Myths

    Find out which myths are still entrenched in our collective consciousness.
  63. What's More Important: Getting Out Of Debt Or Investing?

    To repay debt or invest, that is the question. These two important financial goals battle head-to-head to determine which ...
  64. How To Dine Out Without Breaking The Bank

    With more than 90% of consumers dining out on a regular basis, these methods can help to stretch your dollar further.
  65. Most Affordable Fast Food Chains

    All fast food companies claim to offer the best prices as they compete for your hard-earned dollars, but which truly has ...
  66. Save Money With A Motorcycle

    Here's a cost comparison of exactly how much you can save if you use a motorcycle as your main mode of transportation over ...
  67. The Real Cost Of Volunteer Tourism

    Millions of Americans are embracing a new way to travel by doing their part to help communities in developing nations.
  68. Top 5 Degrees For 2013

    If you've made a New Year's resolution to go back to school and get your degree, here are the degrees that will offer you ...
  69. How Much Your New Year's Partying Could Cost You

    Here's a look at how much a typical New Year's party could cost in the U.S., and the cost of spending New Year's in certain ...
  70. How To Financially Prepare For A Doomsday Scenario

    The Mayan calendar ending didn't result in the end of the world, but that doesn't mean we couldn't see a catastrophic scenario, ...
  71. Net Worth Throughout Your Life

    Here are some estimates of what your net worth should be at certain stages of your life, depending on how much you earn for ...
  72. Tips For Avoiding A Holiday Spending Hangover

    You don't have to go into debt to have a happy and memorable holiday season. Use these tips for a bountiful Yuletide on a ...
  73. How To Advise A Couple Starting A Family

    Besides college, there are other costs to consider when having kids, that you should advise your clients about.
  74. Social Faux Pas Made By Frugal People

    There is a fine line between being frugal and being cheap. Here's a look at some social faux pas cheap people make.
  75. 7 Tips For Outlet Mall Shopping

    Outlet malls can offer great deals. Here are some ways you can get the best deals when shopping.
  76. Students: Don't Be Afraid Of Your Net Worth

    Even if you are a student and aren't earning income, you still need to be aware of your net worth.
  77. Why You Should Know Your Net Worth In Your 20s

    Even if you are just entering the workforce and haven't had time to save or invest, you still need to be aware how much you're ...
  78. Average Net Worth Of The 1%

    Here's a look at how much the super-rich in the world are really worth.
  79. How To Improve Net Worth By Decreasing Liabilities

    Here's an analysis of how to adjust liabilities and assets to improve net worth.
  80. Is Cyber Monday The New Black Friday?

    Cyber Monday is becoming more popular than Black Friday. Here's why.
  81. Why Cyber Monday Is Better Than Black Friday

    Cyber Monday surpasses Black Friday because of its free shipping offers and superior sales.
  82. Why You Should Christmas Shop Early

    From getting better deals to avoiding long lines, there are many reasons to get your Christmas shopping done early.
  83. How To Pick Valuable Online Classes

    Gurus all over the place are setting up online classes and seminars. How do you know which online classes are worth paying ...
  84. Does Black Friday Shopping Really Save You Money?

    Whether Black Friday is a good day to shop and get deals really depends on what type of shopper you are.
  85. How Much You Should Pay Your Kids For Allowance

    The real purpose of an allowance should be to teach your child how to manage money effectively.
  86. Cars That Depreciate The Least

    Here are some of the top vehicles to buy if you're looking to keep the residual value of the vehicle high after a number ...
  87. 5 Most Overpriced Car Repairs

    Doing these common repairs and maintenance tasks yourself instead of seeing a mechanic can save you a lot of money.
  88. You Might Be Eligible For An E-Book Refund

    Due to a court settlement, some Kindle users may be entitled to a refund on some e-books.
  89. Why The Halloween Industry Is Worth $8 Billion

    With more adults dressing up for Halloween each year, this unique industry is pulling in record profits.
  90. How Cell Phones Have Changed Your Budget

    The cost of owning a cell phone wasn't a factor for people less than two decades ago. Today, there seems to be no end to ...
  91. 6 Ways To Avoid Paying For Hotel Wi-Fi

    Use these tips to get free Internet access when you're on vacation.
  92. Is Your Financial Situation Sustainable And Renewable?

    Ensuring long-term financial security takes planning and foresight.
  93. Schools With The Most Successful Alumni

    These post-secondary institutions have produced many successful graduates.
  94. Save On Planes, Trains And Automobiles

    Getting to, and around, your travel destination doesn't need to break the bank.
  95. Print Textbooks Vs. E-Textbooks

    E-textbooks may be cheaper and easier to carry around, but are they the better option?
  96. 7 Ways To Build A Professional Network In School

    Having a network of people in the same profession as you can improve your career prospects. Here's how to build a professional ...
  97. A 5-Point Plan To Financial Success

    Financial planning is one of the keys to a successful future. Here is how you can get your finances in order.
  98. How The Auction Market Works

    Here's a look into the online auction market and how to get yourself the best value possible on sites like eBay and Quibids. ...
  99. How To Start Homeschooling Your Kids

    If you want to homeschool your child, there are financial, legal and educational factors that you must consider.
  100. Why An Emergency Fund Is Important

    Emergency funds are vital in case you lose your job or perhaps have an expensive medical emergency, but why do so few people ...
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