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7 Simple Ways to Stay On Budget

If you struggle to stay on budget every month and find it difficult to reach your savings goals, it might be time for a new approach. Try these seven ways to stay on budget.

Save on Photo Books in a Snap

Printing photos can be expensive, but if you like to have physical copies of your pictures, here's how you can get the best deals on photo books.

Save on Last Minute Hotel Rooms

When it comes to booking hotel rooms for the holidays, it pays to wait until the last minute. Here's how to get maximum savings when you travel.

Save on Gifts That Keep on Giving

If you still have holiday shopping to do, consider buying a gift that keeps on giving. Here are three great ideas that will bring joy to your loved one all year long.

5 Great Money-Saving Apps for Seniors

Retirees may have more free time, but that doesn't mean their lives aren't just expensive as everyone else's. But these smartphone apps are perfect to help them cut costs.

Top 3 Money-Saving Apps to Download Now

These days, your smartphone may be the key to getting the lowest prices on groceries, clothes and more. Here are the top three money-saving apps you should download now.

Are You Paying the iTunes Tax?

Nearly half of U.S. states charge sales tax on digital goods: If you live in one of them, you may be paying more for everything from downloaded music to streaming video.

Best Apps to Manage Your Money

Money magazine has served up a bounty of mobile apps to help you save more and budget better. Let's take a look at their top recommendations:

Retailers Finding Clever Ways to Win Smartphone-Using Shoppers

Brick-and-mortar retailers have been taking a beating from shoppers using their stores as mere showrooms for Amazon and other e-commerce sites. But ahead of Christmas shopping season, some experts suggest that a smartphone-equipped shopper should be seen not as a problem, but as an opportunity.

Smartphone Obsession Can Cost You... Dinner

Last week, it was widely reported that Eva Restaurant, a small eatery in Los Angeles, is offering customers a 5% discount for handing their cell phones in before eating. But Gold isn't the first restaurateur to tackle the issue of distracting cell phone use.