How to Survive the Holidays Without Going Broke
Create a simple holiday budget that you will actually want to stick to—one that even leaves room for an eggnog latte or two.
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Black Friday Special: 11 Ways to Find Inner Calm on the Biggest Shopping Day of the Year
Make Black Friday your own with these totally free ideas for how to spend the day without an iota of buyers' remorse.
Don't Buy This: Sell Your Junk Instead of Paying for a Storage Unit
Self storage is a $37 billion industry in the US because most of us just can’t part with our old shot glass collections from college.
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How to Plan a Romantic Getaway on a Budget
Getting creative with your plans can make the time together feel even more special.
How to Pay Off Student Loan Debt if You Don't Have a Rich Family
Five young women who pulled it off explain their strategies, including part-time jobs, longer commutes to save on rent, and understanding their interest rates.
Budgets Kind of Suck. Here's What I Did Instead to Get My Finances in Order
Setting hard limits on what I can and can’t have just doesn’t vibe with how I live life.
The Best Music Festivals to Go to if You're a Broke Millennial
Why spend hundreds of dollars when you can see live performances for a fraction of the cost? These shows all cost less than $150.
How I Saved $25,000 in Three Years to Buy My First House
Radical frugality didn't work, but focusing on my dream of home ownership and finding creative ways to increase my savings made all the difference.
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Don't Let Student Loan Debt Keep You From Buying a Home
Flexible repayment plans can lower your monthly bill so you can finally afford a place of your own.
How to Save on Health Insurance as a Freelancer in the Trump Era
Obamacare helped make healthcare premiums affordable. Tax reform is changing that.
University of Maryland Will Charge Students to Fully Fund Title IX Office
Maryland, a school that paid $31 million to leave the ACC and is spending $25 million for an indoor football facility, will rely on students to fund its Title IX office.