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7 Inexpensive Ways to Spruce Up Your Spring Wardrobe

7 Inexpensive Ways to Spruce Up Your Spring Wardrobe

Mikey Rox for LongLiveYourMoney.com

If your bank account doesn't agree with your wish for new spring fashions, you’ll have to get creative and think of other ways to breathe life into your stale wardrobe.

Things You Should Never Spend Your Money On

We all splurge here and there on frivolous purchases, but sometimes our impulse buys venture from unnecessary to completely wasteful.

15 Investing Terms Every Newbie Should Know

If finance wasn’t your thing in school, and you don’t spend time reading up on the basics, trying to figure out your retirement plans and other investments can be overwhelming due to the industry’s specific and confusing language.

7 Credit Score Killers

From late payments on bills to maxing out your plastic, avoid these seven missteps if you want your score to stay healthy enough for future loan, credit and mortgage approvals.

Best Places to Buy Organic on a Budget

Consumers are in love with all things organic—with the exception of the often hefty price tags.

12 Ways to Keep Your Money Safe Online

With all of the data swapping we do, we could be putting our own identities and finances in serious danger.

6 Tricks to Getting a Great Mortgage Rate

Summer months are some of the busiest for the housing market, meaning checking out mortgage rates is on many of your to-do lists.

How to Get Ready for Next Year's Taxes

How to Get Ready for Next Year's Taxes

Damian Davila for LongLiveYourMoney.com

When it comes to taxes, most Americans fall under two camps. There are those that have to hand over a big check to Uncle Sam, and then there are those that get a big return from Uncle Sam.

Money Decisions You Can’t Keep Putting Off

Money Decisions You Can’t Keep Putting Off

Mikey Rox for LongLiveYourMoney.com

When you think about interesting and exciting discussions you’ve had with friends, family or your partner, money discussions might not rank high on the list. Personal finance isn't a topic many people like to talk about. Money is a taboo subject, and some people feel it’s a boring topic and they would rather discuss other things.

5 Expensive College Financial Aid Gotchas

If your high school senior is looking to head to college this fall, be prepared for more than a few financial surprises when it comes time to pay that tuition bill.