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When Bankruptcy is the Right Choice

Bankruptcy still has that whiff of shame and failure, but in some cases it's the best possible move under the circumstances. The question is: Which circumstances signal that declaring bankruptcy could be the smartest move for you? Personal...

Celebrity Money Meltdowns

Manisha Thakor is a 15-year veteran of the financial services industry and the other of Get Financially Naked: How to Talk Money with Your Honey. Tough economic times have tested the vast majority of Americans – and that includes celebrities....

It's Okay to Skip Costco

Turns out Mom was right: One of the best ways to save money on groceries is to (drum roll) ... make a list! NO. Yes. In a study published earlier this year by Consumer Reports, researcher Tod Marks (aka "Tightwad Tod") shopped for 30 household...

Parties Too Pricey?

Dear DailyWorth, It seems like all of my friends are either getting married or having babies. While I love my friends, I can't afford all the parties and gifts that I'm expected to pay for! I am in debt and can't afford my own groceries let alone...

Credit Union Credit Cards - A Prudent Alternative

Spent by credit card and debit card options? Here's an alternative: credit union credit cards.What's a Credit Union? Unlike a bank, a credit union does not have investors or stockholders. Credit unions have members (YOU!) in which all profits are...

5 Affordable & Healthy Grocery Buys

What’s a budget-conscious grocery shopper to do? There are obvious tips like ‘buy fruit in season when it’s cheapest,’ and ‘shop the sales,’ and ‘always shop from a list.’ Even if you’re not shopping the sales, you can still eat well without over...

My Spending Hiatus So Far

Today's guest blogger Jenny Newcomer is a busy mom of 2 and the founder of LobotoME {eco-friendly organizational products} - For more information visit at www.LobotoME.com.   Today's guest blogger, Jenny Newcomer, is the creator of LobotoME...

Plan Your Next Splurge

Need $10,000 to renovate your kitchen? How about $2,000 to buy a new computer? Big expenses happen. Here's a way to save for large, one-time, non-budgeted expenses: Set up a separate savings account (try ING DIRECT (9/9/09 APY: 1.3%),...

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