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Mar 12, 2012 9:39PM on Smart SpendingBy MSN Money Partner

You can cut spending to pay off debt or save more, and the methods you choose don't have to cause you pain.

Mar 12, 2012 10:16AM on Smart SpendingBy MSN Money Partner

She's living paycheck to paycheck, has $11,000 in student loans and a $296-a-month car payment. What should she do?

Mar 9, 2012 11:55AM on Smart SpendingBy MSN Money Partner

Wells Fargo is introducing a checking account fee in more states, and you can expect similar behavior from other big banks.

Feb 2, 2012 10:40PM on Smart SpendingBy MSN Money Partner

By using a decision tree, you are training yourself to stop and think instead of blindly throwing things in a shopping cart.

Jan 11, 2012 12:08PM on Smart SpendingBy Stacy Johnson

Some people think budgets are like diets, but starving yourself to meet your goals will never work. Here's a better approach.

Nov 21, 2011 6:02PM on Smart SpendingBy Giselle Smith

Once you've finished your holiday shopping, get started on your holiday shipping -- it will cost more in 2012.

Nov 21, 2011 1:12PM on Smart SpendingBy MSN Money Partner

You'll spend almost $6 more on your turkey dinner this year, the American Farm Bureau Federation says.

Nov 21, 2011 12:33PM on Smart SpendingBy Stacy Johnson

Whether it's in the air or on the ground, the fight against fees is an eternal struggle. Use these tactics to push back against fee-focused hotels.



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