10 Essential Tips for First-Time Homebuyers

10 Essential Tips for First-Time Homebuyers

You're tired of renting, you've got some cash saved up, and you've made up your mind: it's time for you to become a homeowner. But where do you go from here?

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How I Took a $20,000 Luxury Vacation for (Nearly) Free!

How I Took a $20,000 Luxury Vacation for (Nearly) Free!

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Best Credit Cards for Groceries in 2017

Best Credit Cards for Groceries in 2017

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Best Credit Card Signup Bonuses for February 2017

Best Credit Card Signup Bonuses for February 2017

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How to Start Couponing: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners

How to Start Couponing: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners

We've all seen those TV shows featuring people who use 300 coupons every time they go to the grocery store. After all is said and done, they walk out with 80 bags of cat food, 25 gallons of cheap laundry detergent, 50 tubes of mint chocolate toothpaste, 12 packages of beef jerky and a case of diapers -- all for a whopping $1.24. 

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10 Ways to Turn a Positive Attitude into Financial Freedom

10 Ways to Turn a Positive Attitude into Financial Freedom

For most of my life, I would rather have gouged my eyes out than read an article about money, savings and debt. Now, I'm writing one. 

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The Average American Credit Score is 673. Here's How to Improve Yours.

The Average American Credit Score is 673. Here's How to Improve Yours.

Experian's annual State of Credit Report for 2016 says the average American credit score has improved four points since 2015, clocking in at a "fair" 673.

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10 Things I Learned From a Month of Couch Surfing

10 Things I Learned From a Month of Couch Surfing

The month of December started off a little rough for me. After the condo I was supposed to move into got sold unexpectedly, I found myself a car-less 29-year-old woman with a month of temporary homelessness in between the end of one lease and the beginning of another. The only solution that made sense financially was for me to couch surf until I could move into my new place. 

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6 Things Every Frugal Couple Should do After Getting Engaged

6 Things Every Frugal Couple Should do After Getting Engaged

It seems like the snow brings out the romantic everyone, because it's officially engagement season. So many of my friends got engaged over these past two holiday weekends, and I just love looking at the giddy pictures they're posting on Facebook, because I know just how they feel. After nine years together, my husband and I tied the knot in October!

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This Credit Card Rewards Hack Helps You Save on Everything From Taxes to Gas

This Credit Card Rewards Hack Helps You Save on Everything From Taxes to Gas

We've written about the benefits of Bank of America's credit cards in the past, but if you really want to maximize your relationship with Bank of America, see if you qualify for Preferred Rewards. The coveted rewards program can earn you up to 2.62% cash back, and even give the opportunity to pay less on your taxes.

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