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Decorate Your Walls on the Cheap

Thanks to websites like Etsy, 20 x 200 and I Need Nice Things, it’s easy to score inexpensive artwork—but framing them is still a pricey endeavor. Unless you can get away with not framing, that is. My top three solutions for filling your walls on...

Shop—But Don’t Drop Big Bucks This Fall

You can look stylish—and save—by making just a few smart additions to your wardrobe for fall, says fashion stylist Blair Brodar. What’s in—and how to make it work for your wallet:   Luxe looks. Fall 2011 is all about glamour. Think jeweled...

Travel Insurance: How to Getaway with It

Saving money is the goal of every savvy traveler. Who wants to add the cost of travel insurance to a trip? It may be worth it, if just a couple of hundred dollars can buy you peace of mind while you’re on the road or planning to be. Policy prices...

Make Your Home Energy-Smart

Before the temps drop and your heating bill skyrockets this fall, find and fix problems in your home by conducting a home energy assessment. Here’s how:   Do a DIY assessment. Use the Department of Energy’s guide to do-it-yourself energy audits....

Money Rules: Your Wedding, Their Money—How to Ask

Q: I'm hoping my parents will contribute to our wedding—but we've never discussed it. How do I ask? A: Before you mention anything to your families, make sure you and your fiancé are on the same page. Use the wedding budget worksheet on The Emily...

Be Careful What You Pay For

When you set out to make a purchase—especially a big one like a new phone, car, or even home—do you end up buying what you really want? A new study published in the Journal of Consumer Research finds that people tend to choose an item they want...

Rental Income: Pros and Cons

photo source: pamelaklaffke's shop on etsy Jen Boulden, a small business advisor, didn’t intend to become a landlord. But when a job opportunity pushed her out of Montana and into L.A. in 2009, she had to make a tough choice: Sell her house in a...

Money Rules: “My Friend Lost My Camera!”

Q: My friend borrowed my digital camera for her vacation, but she just emailed me to say that she lost it. I assume she’ll offer to replace it when she returns, but what if she doesn’t? A: Ideally, your friend will come back, bringing you a new...

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