7 Painless Ways to Save Money Without Making Sacrifices


7 Painless Ways to Save Money Without Making Sacrifices

One of the most dangerous personal finance myths is that saving money is hard. It's not, at least if done the right way. The problem is that many people see cutting back as requiring significant sacrifice in lifestyle. Much like dieting, people qui…

7 Painless Ways to Save Money Without Making Sacrifices

One of the most dangerous personal finance myths is that saving money is hard. It's not, at least if done the right way. The problem is that many people see cutting back as requiring significant sacrifice in lifestyle. Much like dieting, people qui…

7 Painless Ways to Save Money Without Making Sacrifices

One of the most dangerous personal finance myths is that saving money is hard. It's not, at least if done the right way. The problem is that many people see cutting back as requiring significant sacrifice in lifestyle. Much like dieting, people qui…

7 Painless Ways to Save Money Without Making Sacrifices

One of the most dangerous personal finance myths is that saving money is hard. It's not, at least if done the right way. The problem is that many people see cutting back as requiring significant sacrifice in lifestyle. Much like dieting, people qui…

Personal Finance: 4 key items to seek in 401 reports

It’s easy to overlook what’s important when it comes to saving money. Many people would sooner clip a toothpaste coupon than review their retirement accounts to assess whether they can minimize investment fees.

Saving time and money on everyday items

Is a big-screen TV worth the investment? Should we buy a used car or lease a car? Should we buy the microwave and do without the dishwasher? With so many people on tight budgets is it any wonder purchases are being made at all?

Consumers back in business – if gas stays under $4

Everyone likes to talk about the latte factor when it comes to saving money. You know the theory: You could fund your retirement if you gave up spending $5 a day at Starbucks, right? (14 hours ago)

Dupage Residents Get Free Money Saving Advice, April 2 – 9

DuPage County residents can get free money saving advice during Money Smart Week DuPage, April 2 â 9. Â The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and a long list of DuPage County partner organizations have announced more than 60 free Money Smart Week DuPag…

3 Reasons to Pay Off Debt Before Saving for Retirement

Before putting more money into your retirement account, consider paying off all your debt. (31 mins ago)

Turning your tax refund into an I Bond may be a smooth move

No question, resolutions are hard to keep. But if you’re serious about saving money, consider starting with your tax refund. This year, you’ll have a new option that could eliminate the temptation to spend your refund check. When you file your 2009 tax return, you can arrange to use all or a portion of your refund to buy inflation-adjusted Savings Bonds, or I Bonds. (3 hours ago)