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5 Ways to Save $500

Until now, we’ve been staunch fans of the Dave Ramsey method, which is to save $1,000 as your minimum cushion. But Liz Pulliam Weston, author of a must-read new personal finance book, The 10 Commandments of Money: Survive and Thrive in the New...

Want to Save? Think Like Mom

It’s a little uncanny how often money studies echo stuff that Mom told you (or yelled at you) when you were a kid. And while you could argue with Mom, you can’t dispute how much these tricks can help you save.   Don't touch that! It’s natural to...

Just Released: Pull Yourself Together with Manilla

If “going paperless” with all your bills and statements has still left you in a state of organizational chaos, you may need Manilla. A new online management system for the 2.0 household, Manilla is like having a mail sorter, filing cabinet and...

Know Your Wealth

OK, so why are we here? To build net worth, a.k.a. Wealth. That’s our mission and, from what we gather via reader mail, it’s yours too. Inspired by America Saves Week, Feb. 20-27, let’s embark on a wealth-building plan. Start by getting...

Decorate on a Dime

Original artwork is expensive, so many people opt for nothing at all, for fear that DIY solutions will appear cheesy or inelegant. It doesn’t have to be this way. Find prints. As I describe on Mod Nest this week, you can find amazing, inexpensive...

Love, Money & Lies

Would you lie about money to your mate? About a third of Americans who have combined finances with a partner admit to committing some form of financial infidelity, according to a recent survey by the National Endowment for Financial Education...

Don't Blow Your Windfall

Last fall, my husband and I got a mini-windfall—a couple hundred bucks sent to us each month as repayment on a loan. Naturally, we vowed to save every dime. Naturally, we didn’t. We spent it. Meanwhile, over at the Money Magazine offices, where...

The G.O.O.D. Secret—Save

Assuming you’ve read the first installment of the DailyWorth G.O.O.D. guide, you’ve started to live the debt-free life, or at least figuring out what that means. Next step: Start saving.   Being in debt means you’re in danger of falling deeper...

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