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To mark Tax Day, you can pick up desserts, test your singing skills and relax with a massage -- all for free.
Hanging out with your friends can get expensive, and frugal alternatives can get boring and predictable. Here are 8 fresh ideas that won't break the bank.
Have old pillowcases, used dryer sheets and a hair dryer? You're ready for spring cleaning, the inexpensive and quick way.
How to balance the need to save with the equally serious need for fun? With planning, creativity and some easily adopted habits.
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Your local thrift stores could have items that you can buy for pennies and sell for thousands. Here's how to enhance your chance of that happening.
If you're not a member of a wholesale retail club, you may want to consider joining just for the travel deals.
Everyone should be earning at least 2 percent cash back on their credit card purchases, and with the right card, you can earn even more. Here's where to go.
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Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and other social media sites can help you with customer service, deals, discounts and shopping tips.
Here are six ways your health impacts your net worth -- and six free or cheap ways you can improve your health.
You can count on an abundance of deals on jewelry, flowers and chocolate this Valentine's Day, but you'll save more on perfume and personalized items.