A $35 purchase can net you $225 in savings in the first year.
Switching to dollar coins would be cheaper in the long run, but Americans seem to prefer the paper version.
Direct deposit didn't go through on time? Uh-oh.
In your conversations with your inner devil's advocate about your nonessential spending, who is winning?
You can be an Energy Star in your own right by reducing the power your laptop consumes.
This implementation of conscious spending means we have more money for other things that are more important.
Looking to cut the electric bill? One place to start is the kitchen, which accounts for about a third of household energy use.
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