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Spending

To-Borrow... To-Borrow... We Love Ya, To-Borrow...

If only I had a... You need a 20-foot ladder to paint your gutter, a jogging stroller while you work off baby weight, or a projector for outdoor-movie-night. Why drop a $100 on something you'll only use briefly, when you can borrow or rent it...

Chow Down, Spend Less

Catey Hill is the money editor for the New York Daily News online and the author of "Shoo, Jimmy Choo! The Modern Girl's Guide to Spending Less and Saving More."Snack before you shop A new study suggests that hunger might hurt your financial...

Neighborhood Spendonomics

Tara Gentile is the blogger behind ScoutieGirl and the founder of a boutique web design company.Minding your money It pays to consider where our money goes once it has left our wallets. What are we really buying? Mindful spending is not about...

Holiday Weekend Spending Alert!

Holiday weekends wreak havoc with people's budgets. (Did you need another swimsuit? No. Did you buy one? Yes.) But there's particular spending hazard to beware of during the Fourth of July weekend. Yard sales? Excessive flip flop purchases?...

Help! My Spending is Boiling Over

Dr. April Lane Benson is a psychologist and author of "To Buy or Not to Buy: Why We Overshop and How To Stop."Dear DailyWorth, I suffer from a phenomenon that I can only describe as my "boiling point." I scrimp and save until—BAM!—I can't take it...

The Fashionomics of Retail Begging

Caitlin O'Toole writes the Miss Jobless Chronicles for MediaBistro. When you're under- or un-employed for a long time, like me, you begin to dwell on all the material things you don't have. The catalogs that land in your mailbox seem to be sent...

Budget Extra for Feelings

DailyWorth recently reviewed Spent. The following is an exclusive post by Cardella for our readers.Sigh. So often we focus on the dollars and cents necessary to get our financial life back on track—and fail to acknowledge the emotional currency...

Are Banks to Blame for Your Debt?

Two national debt debacles have been popping into the headlines lately: For the last 18 months, some 650,000 homeowners haven't paid their mortgages; many are using the money to get back on their feet. As 1.7 million students look toward college...

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