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A Field Guide to Facebook Yard Sale Groups

Selling stuff you don’t need is a simple way to make some extra cash, and the Internet has made it possible to skip the headache of holding a yar…

Why I Quit Having Garage Sales (and What We Do Instead)

Whether you’re trying to get out of debt or just need spending money, there’s something eerily satisfying about selling your unwanted “stuff” for…

How to Make Money

The No. 1 rule of personal finance is to spend less than you earn. So if you want to get ahead financially, it’s important to save money where yo…

11 Fun Things to Do That Actually Earn Money

A couple of weeks ago, I posted an article entitled “40 Free (or Extremely Low-Cost) Things I Genuinely Enjoy Doing – and You Might,…

Give Your Entire Home a Makeover for Under $500

You pull into your driveway, glance at the yard, and a wave of disgust sweeps over you. The yard is a mess and you can’t stand to look…

Questions About Medical Bills, Shampoo, 1099s, Old Shoes, Savings Bonds, and More!

What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to summaries of five or fewer words. Click on t…

Six Surprising Tools to Get Out of Debt

If you’re in debt and desperate for a way out, those first few steps can feel overwhelming. Not only do you have to face the reality of what you…

How to Sell A Car You Still Have a Loan On

Selling a car is rarely a simple process. If you are selling a car with a loan, this can make it all the more stressful. Can you sell a car on fi…

100 Free, Fun Things To Do This Weekend

One key element of my family’s financial turnaround was the idea of a “money-free weekend.” Once every other weekend or so, my family would inten…

The Challenges of Buying Used and How to Overcome Them

I revel in used stuff. I use PaperBackSwap almost religiously. I love shopping at thrift stores and consignment shops. I look forward to yard sal…

20 Strategies for Radically Cutting Your Food Expenses

The average American family spends $151 a week on food, according to this Gallup poll. That’s actually quite a lot of money when you consid…

How I Shop: Specific Tricks for Your Next Trip to the Grocery Store

Jenny writes in: How do you shop for groceries? I mean, I tried following your general plan of making a grocery list first but I’m still sp…