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  1. The sharing economy has introduced a whole new way to earn a few extra dollars each month.

    Make Money Fast From The New 'Sharing Economy'

    The sharing economy has introduced a whole new way to earn a few extra dollars each month.
  2. Top 5 Budgeting Questions Answered

    Answering your questions on five of the most popular budgeting questions around.
  3. 5 Ways To Stretch Your Retirement Budget

    Living comfortably can be easy if you follow a simple plan.
  4. 8 Money-Saving Tips For Sports Fans

    Here are a few tips for getting your sports fix and saving some money in the process.
  5. How Much Debt Can You Handle?

    Follow these five steps to manage debt without cutting up your credit cards.
  6. 5 Ways To Control Emotional Spending

    Follow these five simple steps to keep your spending under control.
  7. What's Eating Away Your Money?

    Spot and avoid the money wasters that are slowly eating away at your wallet and bank account.
  8. 8 Tips To Help You Control Holiday Spending

    These tips will have you singing "Joy to the World" well into the New Year.
  9. Buying Auto Insurance For Your Teen Driver

    When parents of a teen first watch their baby take the wheel, they may be too busy seeing the years flash to focus on the ...
  10. 10 Biggest Losers In Finance

    A look at 10 financial professionals (in no particular order) who became famous for their very public losses.
  11. The Basics Of Financial Responsibility

    Just being able to make your credit card payment doesn't cut it. Find out what does.
  12. 5 Affordable Fall Vacation Spots for Baby Boomers

    It's still hard to believe that many baby boomers, the generation that typified the eternal youth of the 1960s, are officially ...
  13. You can enjoy your holiday without spending exorbitant amounts of money.

    Vacation Savings Tips

    You can enjoy your holiday without spending exorbitant amounts of money. Read on for summer budgeting tips.
  14. Take Advantage Of A Housing Crisis - Rent!

    When a housing crisis strikes, the big winners are often the renters.
  15. Obscure Sports That Pay Big

    Athletes don't have to participate in the major sports to strike it rich. These sports may not be the most popular, but their ...
  16. Free Car Payment Insurance: What's The Catch?

    Many dealers are offering payment protection plans on new cars. Are they right for you?
  17. Laid Off? You Can Still Retire

    Joblessness is temporary, but neglecting your retirement savings has permanent consequences.
  18. 10 Ways To Cut Your Food Costs

    With a little time and effort, you can minimize the amount spent on this essential expense.
  19. How do governmental and business budget deficits function?

    How Budget Deficits Work

    How do governmental and business budget deficits function?
  20. 5 Ways Google Changed Our Relationship With Money

    Yesterday marked 16 years since Google co-founders filed for incorporation, opened a bank account and deposited a $100,0 ...
  21. 5 Horrific Things That Can Haunt Your Finances

    Check out a few of the scariest financial disasters and find out what you can do to protect yourself.
  22. 5 Costs Associated With Renting An Apartment

    What to expect when you, too, move into your first apartment some day (better start saving money now).
  23. 51 Best Labor Day 2014 Deals, Discounts and Freebies

    Labor Day is coming up this weekend, and with it will come Labor Day sales, deals and freebies.
  24. Mortgages: Fixed-Rate Versus Adjustable-Rate

    Both of these have advantages and disadvantages depending on your financial needs and prospects.
  25. Why Some Kids Never Leave The Nest

    Giving your children a free ride can be costly for both of you.
  26. 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.
  27. 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 ...
  28. Debt consolidation is a fairly simple concept. The borrower takes out a new loan that will pay off one or more existing loans, and the new loan usually requires a lower monthly payment than the monthly totals of the previous debt.

    Debt Consolidation: When It Helps, When It Doesn't

    Here's the smart way to use a debt consolidation to get your financial life back on track
  29. How do I lower my debt-to-income (DTI) ratio?

    A debt-to-income ratio is a personal finance measure that compares the amount of debt you have to your overall income. Lenders ...
  30. How To Keep Debt Low

    Here's a breakdown of how you can stay out of debt or keep your debt low.
  31. Find The Right Financial Advisor

    Learn how to weed out those who are just out to make a quick buck.
  32. When Financial Crisis Strikes The Bank Of Mom And Dad

    If you really want your kids to learn to be financially responsible adults, it's time to stop giving them money.
  33. Research shows a big disconnect between how many Americans dream of travel during retirement and who saves enough to fund those trips. Don't miss out!

    Retirement Travel: Good And Good For You

    Research shows a big disconnect between how many Americans dream of travel during retirement and who saves enough to fund ...
  34. 8 Saving Tricks That Will Leave You Feeling Richer

    Implementing money saving modifications that go beyond the standard rules of thumb can help you lower your cost of living.
  35. Seven Steps to Become Financially Independent

    With Independence Day just around the corner, now is the perfect time to finally set the goal of financial independence for ...
  36. The right app can help you track your bills, monitor your bank accounts and credit cards, and otherwise stay on top of your financial life.

    6 Best Personal Finance Apps

    The right app can help you track your bills, monitor your bank accounts and credit cards, and otherwise stay on top of your ...
  37. If you sometimes feel that money trickles through your fingers, you could be right. Here's how to take control and keep yourself from getting underwater.

    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 ...
  38. 10 Ways To Never Pay Top Dollar At Movie Theaters

    How did we ever survive without $15 movie tickets, outrageous markups at concession stands and headache-inducing 3D screenings? ...
  39. If you haven't been in the habit of checking your credit card accounts online every day, now’s the time to start.

    Four Reasons to Check Your Credit Card Accounts Online

    Credit cards do offer some protection against fraud, but it pays to be vigilant. And there are other benefits to your bottom ...
  40. A pocketful of credit cards isn't always a good idea

    Time to Accept Credit Card Offers Again?

    How much you could get and whether to respond
  41. Crass (But Effective) Ways to Build a College Fund

    Learn from non-profit fundraisers: Encourage friends and family to give your kid college cash, not toys – and say thank you, ...
  42. 5 Little Money White Lies That Can Leave You in the Red

    The lies you tell yourself can cost you plenty. Beware.
  43. Use Paying Rent to Boost Your Credit Score

    Now, rent payments can work for you – not just against you – to affect your credit rating
  44. Much like reading and writing, financial literacy is learned – from our parents, teachers and peers, and through our own experiences.

    5 Articles to Refresh Your Financial Literacy

    Being smart about things financial can make the difference between a shaky future and a comfortable one
  45. Transition to retirement starts way younger than you think

    Peri-Retirement: The New Life Transition

    Use your 30s and 40s to imagine new life options – and try them on for size
  46. 5 Ways to Know You Are Spending Too Much Money

    Five signs it’s time to put on the brakes, stop spending too much money, and start saving.
  47. Summer Blockbusters: Tips on Cutting Your Movie Bill

    There are practical ways you can save money on movie tickets and cut back on how much you spend on movies in general.
  48. Save Money: 5 Expenses You Don’t Need

    Everyone likes having extra cash, and saving money every month doesn’t have to mean making big sacrifices in time, effort, ...
  49. Some states are much better at teaching high-school students about money

    If You Live In One Of These 11 States You May Be Flunking Finance

    Financial literacy is the ability to use knowledge and skills to make effective and informed money management decisions. ...
  50. Knot

    Tying the (Financial) Knot: 5 Must-Ask Questions for Couples

    In her latest personal finance post, Jessie Szymanski takes a closer look at a major cause of conflict in American marriages. ...
  51. The Price Of Produce Is Sky Rocketing – Here's How To Save

    According to the Wall Street Journal, the price of produce is rising fast. Lettuce is projected to jump more than 30% in ...
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  1. 5 Ways To Make Your Home Remodels Pay Off

    Here are five ways to make your home renovation worth the money and effort you put into it.
  2. Differences Between Private Foundations And Public Charities

    Here's a look at the differences between these types of charitable organizations.
  3. How To Monetize Your YouTube Channel

    YouTube's Partner Program helps users earn money through their channels. Find out how.
  4. The World's Most Valuable Private Companies

    In spite of the rewards going public can bring, some companies prefer to remain private, and they are very successful in this.
  5. Is Cyber Monday The New Black Friday?

    Cyber Monday is becoming more popular than Black Friday. Here's why.
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