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Two Radical Ways to Spend Less

Making a simple change in how you spend your down-time could end up saving you thousands of dollars a year. The good news? You won't even notice what you're not buying. The bad news? You have to give up TV and reading magazines. According to a … [Read more...]

Can Prosper Do Better Than My Credit Cards?

Earlier today I requested a Prosper loan to see if it could save me some interest on my remaining high interest credit card debt. If you're a lender, please review my Prosper listing! … [Read more...]

Yodlee, BillQ, and the Future of Online Personal Finance Tools

Online personal finance tools can show all your bank, investment, and loan accounts on one webpage and – soon – may provide Quicken-like budgeting power you can access anywhere. So where are they? While existing online personal finance tools are mo … [Read more...]

Clothes Shopping Just Once a Year

How often do you go clothes shopping? Every month? For big sales? When the impulse strikes? News flash: you go too often. Chances are you already own a suitable wardrobe. Sure, your threads may not be up to par with the fashions on the magazine … [Read more...]

Credit Card Balance Transfers: The Art of Moving Debt

Faced with a hefty credit card balance, those low APR credit card balance transfer offers jamming your mailbox are as tempting as ice cream on a sultry summer day. But are balance transfers a good idea for the deeply indebted? … [Read more...]

Personal Finance Isn’t Just for Rich People

Personal finance writers are snobs. We talk about how everybody must pay off those credit cards and save a minimum of ten percent each month. But what can personal finance do for you if you’re just trying to make ends meet? Recently Mighty Bargain … [Read more...]