Single men spend more than single women on just about everything. OK, no, not clothes.
Loyalty has its rewards -- but it can also cost you.
Spending on meals out has grown noticeably but I've also made progress in another important area.
I don't expect a dollar to fund my dream. But I won't sweat an occasional greenback spent on the weekly drawing.
We're creatures of habit, and our new habit of saving more is sinking in.
If you would spend $200 on a purse, what does that indicate about you?
Spending money strategically now can save you lots over the long haul.
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