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Just a Few Small Changes

You pay your bills online, check your balances on your phone—you even use apps to shop. But guess what, Ms. Digital? Until they invent an app that can run your financial life, brushing up on financial basics is still the way to get the most from...

3 Things to Do Before Labor Day

Look over there—see it? Just over that Labor Day hill? It’s fall. Here, three small ways to wrap up your summer in style—and on budget. 1. Clean the air filters on your air conditioners and furnace. Not only will this reduce the chance of a fire...

Survey: What’s Worth Your Money?

Where does your money go? We want to know—and not so we can revamp your budget. Spending well is a priority for most of us (especially now), and we’d love the chance to find out more about how you channel your money to get more out of life. If...

Protect Your Cash—In a Bond Fund

You've got the emergency cash stash, in case disaster strikes—good for you.   Now let’s talk about how depressing it is to watch all that cash just sitting there in an account, earning less than the rate of inflation.   Consider investing part of...

3 Ways to Curb Impulse Spending

Impulse buys have a sneaky way of adding up, especially during flea market season. Before you know it, your wallet’s thinner and all you can show for it are … scented soy candles? Sigh. Here, three scientifically proven ways to stop: Don’t...

Three DIY Savings Projects—Tested!

Something about summer makes people want to get all DIY and project-y. But is saving $0.03 a day really worth seven hours of hard labor? We put three common DIY money-saving tips to the test, to find out if it’s really worth it to... Grow your...

Save Money with Pinterest

Depending on where you stand (or pin), image-sharing site Pinterest is either mad fun or the latest social media time suck. We like it because you can find money-saving, life-enhancing ideas on the big P without even registering. Pinterest scours...

Getting Greedy with My Savings

I'm moving this summer—a shockingly expensive endeavor. So I dumped my tax return into savings, and I’ve doubled my monthly auto-transfer to savings. (Go me!) But I’ve struck an unexpected problem: I don’t want to part with all that cash. Over...

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