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Using credit cards with rewards programs can help you get free cash and free flights, among other perks. But don’t start filling out credit card applications just yet, because reward cards aren’t for everyone.
The simple truth about Earth Day is a wasteful lifestyle is bad for both the environment and your budget. Even small green acts make a difference.
It’s time for some spring cleaning. And just like your closets, your finances need to lose the clutter. Being organized makes it much easier to handle all of your money matters.
Where is the best place to buy everyday items, from toilet paper to groceries? Here are some of my favorite options for getting highly discounted products.
There’s lots of discussion about why coupon redemption fell dramatically last year. For my part, I think the industry is suffering the effects of the bad image created by TLC’s Extreme Couponing show.
It’s easy these days to burn through your family’s monthly entertainment budget. But don’t fall into the trap of thinking you can’t afford to enjoy activities.
You should never pay for toothpaste. If you have been doing my coupon match-ups, you should have a nice stockpile in your cabinet.
Eating healthy on a budget may seem impossible, but there are many ways you can buy healthier foods for your family and still save.
There's no question it's expensive to be a parent. To save on your dining-out budget, you can choose restaurants that offer kids' nights with either free or reduced-priced meals for children.