4 Easy Ways to Save Money at the Salon

Your favorite beauty treatments for less. 

11 Apps That’ll Save You Money on Almost Anything

Save dollars without pinching pennies. These apps will ensure you get more bang for your buck on everything from sports tickets to doctor visits.

5 Ways to Save Money on Your Wardrobe

From keeping up with ever-changing trends to revamping your closet to fit a new career (or size), there are tons of ways your wardrobe can become a major money pit. Take control—and get some cash back in the bank—with savvy suggestions from Nayri Leanna Gregor, a shopping expert at, a website that pairs shoppable fashion with money-saving tips and—the best part—coupons.

The Art of Asking for Discounts

It might seem like an exclusive perk of the brazen or the connected, but the truth is, anyone has a shot at a discount. Below, pro strategies on how to go for it—without coming off as a total cheapskate.

8 Credit Card Myths You Probably Believe

Befuddled by the best plastic practices—and all that fine print? In plain English, here’s what you need to know.

10 Tax Deductions and Credits You’re Probably Overlooking

Did you move in the past year? You might be able to deduct it. We talked to two experts to turn up some commonly missed deductions (just be sure to check with an expert first to make sure they apply to you).

How to Think Like a Financial Adviser

Overwhelmed by amorphous long-term money goals? Personal-finance consultant Ashley Feinstein leads a crash course to help you get a handle on your dreams.

3 Reasons You Should Definitely Keep Your Landline

It may seem silly—and a waste of money—to keep your landline, but there are still some compelling reasons to do so.

How to Spring-Clean Your Finances

Weed out and straighten up your financial clutter with these six simple tips.

10 Ways to Avoid Spending Temptations

Is that little voice in your head saying “Spend, spend, spend”? Here’s how to silence it.

6 Ways Credit Cards Can Help Your Finances

You always hear the downside to credit cards—massive debt—but there is an upside to having these little pieces of plastic in your wallet.

How to Reboot Your Retirement Savings Plan

If you’ve veered off track with your savings plan, rest assured. These easy steps will help you get back on course.