Most of us struggle to save, but for some chronic savers, parting with cash is excruciating -- and so they deny themselves comfort and pleasure.
For the frugal-minded, a treat that happens every day is no longer a treat -- it's overhead. A review of some tried-and-true advice may be in order.
If the advice from financial experts has you worried that you'll need to work forever, take heart. Your golden years may not be as expensive as you've been led to expect.
Prices for patio furniture won't sink any lower, but if you're in the market for a refrigerator or a new set of wheels, patience is likely to pay.
One writer outlines his personal finance values and explains that while he doesn't apsire to be poor, he won't chase the almighty dollar either.
Call me a dinosaur, but I have several compelling reasons to own a wired-in telephone. Here's why I don't want to cut the cord.
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