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Top 6 Budget Tips from Readers

We always knew we had budget superstars in our midst … now they’ve come out of the shadows to rock your money-planning world. Behold our six favorite budgeting tips from DailyWorth’s own readers:It’s in the Cards—by Jen I put all that I can on my...

3 Money-Saving Sites & Apps

We all have the same wish: If only I had a little more cash in my budget. These three super-easy services, recently featured at Finovate (the high-tech banking conference), will help you find and keep extra dough.   CashStar Every year, consumers...

See Small Savings Add Up

No matter how smart or easy, most savings advice feels ho-hum when you can’t see how the money adds up over time. Now you can. Bills.com’s new tool, My Savings Machine, shows you how much you can save by cutting small amounts of ordinary...

Earn More in Your Bank Account

I’ve got some cash sitting in a savings account at a big bank. Yes, it’s super accessible and federally insured. But my annual interest rate is a paltry 0.35%. I want more—while still keeping it liquid and safe. If I’m willing to jump through...

5 Places to Cut Yourself Off

Trying to rein in your spending? Forget vague vows like “tightening your belt” and institute a hardcore No-Spend Zone in just one area. Some ideas: No-Spend Zone 1: When you leave the house. Picking up a prescription? Grabbing pizza—er,...

Saving for the Small Stuff

It’s easy to get overly focused on (and worried about) saving for the big purchases, the long-term goals. For balance, sprinkle your savings plan with things you can save for today: A new suit. That eco-skillet you’ve had your eye on. New...

A Budgeting Solution to Keep You Sane

I’ve always been a yo-yo budgeter. Some months I'd be the DailyWorth poster-child for clarity; in other months I'd fall into a Money Coma, resulting in over-spending. Then, I came up with an ingenious solution: I took the old tactic of multiple...

Learning to Save Means Fixing My Spending!

In my Money Fix quest to buy a house by December, I’ve started putting J.D. Roth’s great advice into practice. I currently have one savings account for the house and one for emergencies. I’d like to add two more: one for gifts and vacations and...

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