Money is the root of much stress. Here are some ways you can reduce that tension without spending a dime.
If you look at your statement carefully -- and you should -- you may discover you're being billed for goods or services you're not using.
From cheaper blades to better maintenance, there are simple things you can do to cut the cost of a close shave.
Habit, unrealistic expectations or an impulse to help can have costly consequences, particularly for people who are no longer earning an income.
Doling out a monthly clothing stipend will help your teen develop concrete skills with money. Plus you can avoid having to go to the mall with them.
In one recent year, people claimed $2.25 billion they hadn't realized was owed to them. Unclaimed money is easy to find if you know where to look.
You're probably already familiar with the advantages of solid credit; if there's a downside, it's that someday someone you love may ask you to put that good credit on the line.
Worrying about finances isn't unusual, but you don't want that concern to reach unhealthy proportions. You can learn to put money in its place and free your mind for other things.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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