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If you often find yourself without the means to pay for the important things in life, take a closer look at these 4 expenditures.
Inspection could be slowed or temporarily halted if the government sequester takes effect. These tactics will minimize the impact on your food bill.
That's the mantra of Frugal Nation, which marks its first anniversary today. (We won't overspend on the celebration.)
The average American throws away about 20 pounds of food a month. You can cut waste by keeping foods fresh longer.
Each week Frugal Nation will feature a list of freebies. This week's offerings include batteries, photo books and kids' meals.
Americans are sitting on $34 billion in old cellphones, a survey says. Some people don't realize they can sell or recycle them, and others admit they're just too lazy to do it.
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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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