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Wishing you could spend all day reading books instead of going to work? Put that bookwormery to good use by getting paid to be a book lover.
Upgrade some of your tech gadgets and your next vacation will be even more amazing.
Even a minor auto accident is frightening and stressful. Prepare for the aftermath ahead of time to limit the damage and walk away unscathed.
Working from home is not all pajamas and afternoon naps. If you want to keep your job, you actually have to work, too.
You don't need to hire a financial pro to invest like one. Try these DIY tips, and watch the confidence roll in.
The Joneses seem like they have it all. It turns out they have some valuable money lessons to offer, too.
Get your kids started early on healthy and frugal habits like cooking at home — and save yourself some effort at meal time. It's win-win, yum!
Making extra money on the side isn't only about the extra money — find out about the other perks that come with a side job.
Airline fees can quickly eat into your travel budget, but if you reveiw airline policies carefully, you can avoid most while flying comfortably, even in basic economy.
Identity thieves are crafty. Get the jump on them by protecting yourself from these underhanded attacks on your identity — and your money.
Nervous to take that next big leap at work? Don't fret, because taking risks is just one career move you'll never regret.
Target-date funds are an easy way to "set and forget" your retirement savings. But they have a few downsides, too.
So you have a home project you've been wanting to tackle. Here's how to decide if you need a pricey pro.
Don't let your disdain for cooking keep you from saving money. These easy meal hacks will make food prep a breeze.