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Can You Find a Hobby That Actually Saves You Money?

Written by Aliyyah Camp - 2 Comments

Expensive hobbies can really wreak havoc on your budget. Fortunately, there are frugal hobbies out there that are enjoyable and offer money-saving opportunities. Here’s a list of ten hobbies that save you money plus how you can save money on each one of them: Gardening Fruits and vegetables are great for your diet, but not […]

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Published on November 25th, 2016 - 2 Comments
Filed under: Family & Life,Frugality,Uncategorized
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How Much Is Your Busy Lifestyle Costing You?

Written by Suba Iyer - 7 Comments

I have not met anyone who is not busy anymore, including kids and retired folks. The always-on-the-run lifestyle has provided increased incomes and career growth for a lot of people. For many of us, though, it has also cost a lot of money. When I was super busy, I didn’t have the time or the energy […]

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Published on November 10th, 2016 - 7 Comments
Filed under: Frugality
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5 Ways to Save Big On Things You’re Already Buying

Written by Michelle Dash - Leave a Comment

5 Ways to Save Big on Things You Already Planned to Buy I’ve never been the type of person to clip coupons at the grocery store. If you are like me, you may have found that proactively browsing for 10 cent deals is not a cost-effective use of time. However, I still love a good […]

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Published on October 26th, 2016
Modified on November 11th, 2016 - Leave a Comment
Filed under: Consumer,Frugality
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The hidden costs of bad credit

Written by Richard Barrington - 2 Comments

The worst thing about bad credit isn’t being turned down for a loan or a new credit card. After all, there are worse things than not being able to borrow. The bigger problem with bad credit is that it can cost you money in a number of ways, and that added cost makes it easy […]

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Published on September 22nd, 2015
Modified on September 25th, 2015 - 2 Comments
Filed under: Credit Cards,Debt Reduction,Frugality,Insurance,Self Employment
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“Frugal” is not a dirty word

Written by Richard Barrington - 9 Comments

My wife and I were talking recently about a June 5, 2015, New York Times article that described the lifestyle of “Millionaires Who Are Frugal When They Don’t Have to Be.” It got me thinking about the word “frugal.” It will probably never be a sexy concept, but neither does it have to seem like […]

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Published on June 30th, 2015
Modified on June 15th, 2015 - 9 Comments
Filed under: Frugality,House & Home,Planning,Real Estate,Retirement,Travel
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When Taking Vows, Vow to Spend Less

Written by Jeffrey Steele - One Comment

Talk to anyone 19 to 90, and they’re likely to have very clear memories of their first experience going steady. Mine came at the decidedly ancient age of 17, and I can recall that star-crossed life chapter like it happened last week. My perky, mahogany-haired, 16-year-old inamorata and I didn’t have much in common other […]

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Published on October 22nd, 2014 - One Comment
Filed under: Family & Life,Frugality,House & Home
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How California’s Drought Will Affect You

Written by William Cowie - One Comment

Statistically, 80 to 90 percent of you live outside of California. When you read reports of the drought in California, then, your reaction may be something like, “Bummer for those dudes. Patti, please pass the peas.” You might want to reconsider, though, because chances are this drought could affect you more than you think. Saying […]

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Planning a fun, frugal Halloween

Written by Suba Iyer - One Comment

Tis’ time for the spookiest holiday of the year and a record number of Americans are planning to participate in the scare festival. According to the National Retail Federation, more than two-thirds (67.4 percent) of celebrants will buy Halloween costumes for the holiday, the most in the survey’s 11-year history. The average person will spend $77.52 […]

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Published on October 6th, 2014
Modified on October 3rd, 2014 - One Comment
Filed under: Consumer,Family & Life,Frugality
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Are Your Adult Children Destroying Your Retirement?

Written by Jeffrey Steele - Leave a Comment

I can still remember the days when the term “generation gap” was all the rage. Back in the late 1960s and early 1970s, that term was bandied about to describe the yawning philosophical chasm between Baby Boomers and their parents on topics as diverse as the Vietnam War, the length of one’s hair, and different […]

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Should You Spend Your Money or Your Time?

Written by Suba Iyer - Leave a Comment

We’ve all heard that time is money. It can mean various things to various people. Over time, if you save and invest, you will have more money. If you waste time, the money you earn will be less. The clock is ticking, and every moment you aren’t earning is money lost. Every moment you aren’t enjoying […]

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Published on September 8th, 2014 - Leave a Comment
Filed under: Consumer,Frugality,Productivity
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