Back-to-school shopping can be daunting and result in parents spending hundreds, even thousands of dollars each year. Here are 8 cost saving tips to stay on a budget
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Family vacations can get expensive. Those headed to Tucson, Arizona, are smart to check out this list of 25 things to do for less than $25 per person. Live it up!
Visiting Houston, Texas? Check out our list of frugal family activities for under $25.
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Vietnam offers beach towns, picturesque lakes, hillside communities, and affordability. Here are tips on traveling to Vietnam on a budget:
What can you do for under $25 in the "Magic City"? This list details 25 fun activities to help you enjoy Alabama's largest city on the cheap!
Vacations can get pricey and it is always nice to save a few bucks. The next time you are headed to Beaumont, Texas, take note of these 25 things you and your family can do for less than $25.
Imagine taking a year off to travel. Now imagine doing that for 10 years. This career traveler did just that.Check out her best travel tips now.
California here we come! Ready for the trip of a lifetime? Check out this California road trip itinerary and budget-friendly tips to start planning.
Want to tour some of the South's favorite cities in a week? We have a budget road trip guide for you!
Going to San Francisco, Warsaw, Prague, Singapore, LA, Melbourne, Portland, Medellin, Cape Town, or Buenos Aires? Check out these tours to save money!
Sometimes you can't avoid spending money when you travel. But if you make thoughtful choices, you won't break the bank when you do. Get tips now.
Find out how you can save on food, air travel, hotels, amusement parks, and more with money-saving tips and ideas for spring break and summertime family travel.
Vacations can get pricey, especially when you are bringing the whole family along. Be nice to your bank account on your next trip to Phoenix with these fun activity ideas.
Your next vacation doesn't need to break the bank. Gulf Shores is an excellent place to visit; this article details 25 things to do with your family for $25 or less.
Voluntourism (the intersection of volunteering and travel) is a great way to travel on the cheap.
Learn how one traveler avoided flight costs and made memories.
Check out how one traveler funded a year abroad. Her secret? Doing good for others.
You won't believe what this traveler did for cash after quitting her job with no savings.
Visiting Asia? Check out our guide to must-see places in China, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, and India to check off your summer bucket list.
Check out tips for a budget-friendly trip to Thailand, Vietnam, Europe, Australia, or New Zealand.
Check out these fifteen must-see spots on our American bucket list to pick your summer destination today!
South America is a massive continent and it can be difficult to figure out where to go next. Here are 15 must-sees.
Headed to Boulder, Colorado? Take note of these 25 things you can do for less than $25 each!
Take a tour of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin with our guide to four Midwest states in one week.
Vacations can get pricey. If you are visiting Panama City, Fla., check out our list of affordable, and fun things to do.
Spending a summer in Europe doesn't need to break the bank. We detail 15 things to do while still living on a budget.
Taking a West Coast road trip? San Francisco, Portland, and Seattle are must-sees.
Planning for retirement and need to know more about the difference between IRAs and 401(k)s? We break down Roth IRAs, traditional IRAs, and 401(k)s to help.
Dream about quitting your job and traveling the world? It is possible! Read how this traveler was able to save enough to afford to travel for a whole year.
Flying with children or a baby? Follow these expert tips to plan your next family vacation.
Got an interview lined up? Congrats! Now you just need to get the job. Here are six techniques to help you ace any job interview.
Talking about money with family can be difficult, especially with aging parents. Here are tips to make money talks with Mom and Dad easier.
Does staying at home make financial sense? Here are the questions you should ask.
Newly pregnant? Start preparing for the arrival of your baby and the related expenses.
Teaching kids to save at an early age can help them save later in life. Here are some tips for teaching children the value of saving money.
Many homeowners dream of renovating, but worry about the price tag attached. Find easy tips for to help you save money on your renovation.
Want to see your kids grow up to be the kind of adults that give back? Here are 6 steps for fostering charity in your children.
Ask yourself these questions to decide if staying at home with the kids is the right choice for you and your family.
Gen Xers face unique financial challenges thanks to the impact of recessions, bubbles, and other economic hurdles. But here are 3 financial fixes for them.
Whether you're moving across the street or across the country, save money on your next move.
Do you have an emergency fund if the unexpected happens? Find out why you need one, how much to save, and tips for building your emergency savings fund.
So you've picked out a new car and can't wait to call it yours. But what do you do with your old car—trade it in as cash against your new car, or sell it on your own?
Are you considering adopting a dog? Four-legged friends can bring companionship but can also be expensive. Take our quiz to see if you can afford a new pet!
Your Social Security number is something to be carefully guarded. Test your knowledge on when it's OK to share those nine digits.
Some analysts say Millennials are enthusiastic about saving money, but aren't sure where to start. We asked a financial planning expert to help devise a few strategies.
Got questions about your credit report? Find out everything you need to know: where to get your credit report, how to read it, and what your score means.
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