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For years, retailers had to pay a fee to Visa and MasterCard when shoppers used their cards. But merchants technically weren’t allowed to pass along that surcharge to customers. Until now. Thanks to a recent settlement between merchants and the...

Sites That Sniff Out Low Prices

Being good with money doesn’t mean you never shop—it means you shop like a fox. Here, two sites that can help you look fine without paying full price. Lyst is the future of online shopping. Search clothes, shoes, and accessories from all over the...

You're So Vain

‘Fess up: you’re a little vain. Maybe you secretly adore your dazzling eyes or the way your butt looks in that new swimsuit. Maybe when you’re alone, you flex in the mirror because your biceps rival Michelle Obama’s. Hey, humans are preening...

Planning Karen Klein’s Awesome Retirement

By now you’ve heard about Karen Klein, a 68-year old bus monitor who became an Internet celebrity last week after video surfaced of her being bullied to tears by a group of kids. Someone set up a fundraiser on IndieGoGo, hoping to raise $5,000 to...

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...

How the Greek Debt Drama Could Affect You

My husband and I were thinking of selling our house this summer, despite the crummy market. But when we asked our realtor if we had a prayer, she said: “It depends on what happens in Europe.” Europe? Yep. You might not be caught up on the fact...

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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