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Dig No More - Loyalty Cards Go Digital

Suzanne Kantra is the founder and editor of Techlicious, a new site devoted to making tech easy and fun. This post originally appeared on Techlicious. Is your keychain or wallet weighed down by customer loyalty cards? Use a free loyalty card app...

Cell Phone Plans for Tweens and Teens

  Bzzzzzzzzzzzz—your 9 year-old just sent you a text... We’re spotting kids as young as 7 years old with cell phones. How do you choose a plan for your child when there’s so many varying needs and options? Do you want to ensure your child can...

Challenge: Wear Just Six Things

Heidi Hackemer in one of her Six. From the Little Brown Dress project to the Great American Apparel Diet, Americans have had a long, conflicted love affair with the strip-down-to-basics movement. Here we are, a consumption-crazy, credit-obsessed...

5 Ways Caitlin Banked Big Bucks

Caitlin O'Toole writes the Miss Jobless Chronicles for MediaBistro.How have I survived months of un- and underemployment? I put away emergency money away for years. I was always the annoying friend who would say, "No, I can't go to that new movie,...

Save on What You’re Already Buying

Let's say you're a Target shopper who gets the occasional mani-pedi, subscribes to Oprah magazine, and buys rice milk by the case. (Sounds like Amanda, doesn't it?) Enter Offermatic—a money-saving service that bills itself as the "freak love child...

Refi Madness

Sudden savings alert! Mortgage rates are dropping again. How much could you save if you refinanced at a lower rate? At the moment, a 30-year fixed rate loan is about 4.75%; a 15-year fixed is about 4.02%, according to Bankrate.com.Pay less, save...

Surviving 11 Weddings

Dear DailyWorth, Help! I have 11 weddings to attend this summer and fall—but I can’t afford 11 presents, never mind numerous shower gifts, bachelorette parties, hotel stays. Is there a budget-friendly solution? —Overwhelmed by WeddingsDear...

The Power of 1%

  1 by 1 by 1 By increasing the amount you save by a mere 1% every year, you could quadruple your nest egg. Here's how:Bank on this Let's say you make $60,000 a year, and that you're saving 5% of your income. Let's also assume you have $14,000 in...

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