• Approaching the Landlord When You Can't Pay Rent

    Rent is one of the most important monthly expenses in your budget. Sometimes if you don't plan well through the month, you will find that you don't have money to pay rent. Here's how to approach you landlord if you can't pay rent on time...
    By Meg C. July 6, 2011 

  • Consignment Shops: A Great Way to Make and Save Money

    In a weak economy, people want to save money wherever they can, but sometimes it helps to make a little extra money too. Local consignment shops offer a place to do both.
    By moonshadow July 6, 2011 

  • Learning about Guidelines for Free and Reduced Lunch

    Although many people think that providing free and reduced lunches for school age children is a program that was developed in recent decades, the fact is that it can be dated back to 1946. At that time, President Harry S. Truman signed the National School...
    By Nicky LaMarco July 6, 2011 

  • Tips for Living on a Small Budget

    The difficult economy has increased the number of people who are living on a small budget. Follow these tips to transition to a thriftier way of life.
    By Robin L. July 5, 2011 

  • Money Saving Tips to Spruce Up Your Wardrobe

    Every fall and spring fashion urges us to update our wardrobes. With budgets in crunch mode this year, is it really feasible to purchase a new wardrobe to keep up with each season? If your answer is no, then this guide will give you some innovative...
    By ShawnTe July 5, 2011 

  • Tips for Blended Families on Combining Finances Before the Wedding Date

    Learn the answer the question: "How do you combine finances as a blended family before the wedding?" Don't miss these tips to make the transition go smooth.
    By theMallorys July 5, 2011 

  • Understanding Bottom-Up Budgeting

    Are you wondering what bottom-up budgeting is and if it's the best for your financial situation? Learn about it in this article as well as an alternative budgeting method.
    By Marce July 4, 2011 

  • Make the Most of Your Post-Holiday Returns

    Almost everyone gets at least one gift that is not quite perfect, so use these tips to make sure that you make the most of the return.
    By moonshadow June 30, 2011 

  • Start the New Year with a Better Budget

    Take a few hours of you time now to make your entire year financially better for you and your family. Set an example for your kids about how money should be used. Gather the whole family together and make budgeting a fun project.
    By Dale DeVries June 30, 2011 

  • Five Cheap Valentine's Day Gifts

    Valentine's Day can be overwhelming because so many people think they need to spend a fortune in order to make it special. However, that is not the case. You can make the night special without spending all your money.
    By chesanekc June 29, 2011 
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