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The Most Low-Effort Ways Ever to Save Money

If you’re looking to spruce up your budget by saving a few more dollars every month, there are some small, uncomplicated habits you can adopt or adjust to make it happen.

25 Money Terms Everyone Should Know

If you’re easily frustrated by the puzzling terminology of personal finance—you’re not alone.

Common Ways Procrastination Costs You Big Time

If you’ve always had the tendency to run a little late—whether that be with appointment times, work and school deadlines, or just a general desire to put off chores—you could be losing thousands of dollars each year.

3 Ways to Protect Yourself from Hackers

Each week seems to bring news of another breach in security from a popular online site or retailer. So how can you protect yourself while you’re surfing the Internet?

Hidden Costs of College

If you’re getting ready to send your child off to college, you’ve probably spent hours throughout the past year creating and recreating a budget for things like tuition, books, and living expenses. But, what about the unplanned costs that are bound to appear?

Replace These Luxury Buys with Cheaper, Better Alternatives

One of the easiest ways to save money is to avoid purchasing high-priced products, and opt for lesser-known, bargain-priced alternatives.

Fourteen Strategies for Increasing Your Compensation at Work

If you love your job—but not necessarily the paycheck—there are more than a few ways you can try earning a raise, including redefining and highlighting your value within the office.

10 Surprising Ways to Save Money on Hotels

Whether it’s a planned vacation in another country or an unexpected trip across the state, chances are your travels will leave you searching for an affordable place to sleep at night.

12 Signs an Investment Is a Fraud

Investing your money can be tricky, and scammers are known to take advantage of those who aren’t incredibly familiar with what to look for in a sound financial plan.

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