Millennials came of age with the flourishing resale markets on Craigslist and eBay. They’re accustomed to what’s been called …
How’s this for a justification to spend absolutely no money on toys this holiday season?
There are also money lessons to be learned in this roundup from millionaires who hate fees as much (or more) than you and I, high-profile pawn shop owners who are wise enough to walk away rather than lose money on deals, and …
This week’s link roundup also includes simple rules of thumb for buying everything from coffee to a home, and insights as to why personal finance can be as tricky—and messy—as potty training.
Is it possible to go a month without spending money? What if that month was budget-unfriendly December, when gifts are traditionally exchanged, traveling to see family and friends is mandatory—and oh yeah, you still have to feed and clothe yourself like any other month?
If simply unloading your stuff is too much of a cold-turkey approach for you, consider swapping. Ideally, it’s a zero sum gain in terms of stuff, with one item gone for every “new to you” possession you acquire. And unlike shopping, post-swap you’re no poorer than when you began.
The tax code is over 60,000 pages long. No wonder there’s a little confusion as to what’s taxable, who is most likely to get audited, and what you can claim as a deduction.
Maybe, just maybe, you got what you wanted under the Christmas tree. As for the rest of us …
Parents still on the hunt for Zhu Zhu Pets are growing desperate—and the folks who are willing to part with the robotic pet hamster toys in their possession are growing demanding.
The coupon-crazed deal-posting website Buxr rounded up a whole mess of the best sites for swapping your stuff, free of charge.
Swapping your stuff for someone else’s has never been easier. There are now fairly simple ways to barter for home appliances, video games, clothes, even car leases and the services of accountants and hair dressers.
When it comes to tips for saving, the more the better, right? Here’s a list of lists that’ll help you save money around the house, out at malls or restaurants, in Starbucks, at the grocery store—just about anywhere.