Using Compound Interest to Boost the Rate of Return on Your Savings

Put your money to work for you! You did, after all, work hard for it. Here’s what you need to know about compound interest, time and risk in order to boost the rate of return on your savings.

12 Frugal Landscape Tips for Filling Your Yard with Plants

Buying enough plants to fill out your yard can get pricey. Get more for your landscape dollars using these frugal tips for finding plants, flowers, shrubs and trees for less.

Escaping Credit Card Debt: $30,000 Conquered

Does escaping credit card debt seem like an impossible feat? Yes, the journey to debt freedom is not easy, but the destination is well worth the struggle.

5 Tips to Negotiate a Better Deal…On Anything

Why pay retail? It’s time to go beyond price matching to get good deals. Start using these negotiating tools and you just might walk away with additional, bigger savings on many of your big purchases.

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An Insider’s Guide to Saving Money at Restaurants

You can eat out on a tight budget. You just need to know the tricks to finding restaurant deals. Who better to give money-saving tips when eating out than a restaurant owner and manager?

How Much Is Clutter Costing You?

If all your stuff is starting to weigh you down, don’t be afraid to take the initiative and make the effort to declutter your life. You’ll not only improve your personal living space, but your finances, too.

Why Smart People Are Poor

Does a high IQ increase the probability of succeeding financially? Surprisingly, it does not. Here are a few reasons why smart people are often poor.

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