by U.S. News Jun 23rd 2014 12:17PM
With minimal effort, you can nab all sorts of free stuff, from breakfast to hotel rooms, coffee to DIY workshops.
Clutter, forgetfulness and lack of organization can cause you to lose money in wasted time, unnecessary purchases, late fees and emergency shopping trips.
A quarter of Americans have no emergency savings, a new survey finds, and only a third have the recommended six months of expenses. How are you faring?
Everyone needs a place to keep some liquid cash, and an online-only savings account could be a better deal.
Many people can get more discounts than you'd expect on purchases, and can share them with friends and family.
Sure, you know about extreme couponing and loyalty cards, but smart shoppers should consider these 10 sneaky (and not a little strange) ways to save at the supermarket.
Embracing minimalism can be as easy as getting rid of the clothes you rarely wear, or as hardcore as moving into a 150-square-foot house. Either way, it can save you money.