Money

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 Sointheknow.com, a website that pairs shoppable fashion with money-saving tips and—the best part—coupons.

Cut Your Dry-Cleaning Bills

Skip the chemical process and try these gentler, less expensive options.

10 Money-Saving Ideas for a Summer Barbecue

Make your outdoor grilling habit budget-friendly with these 10 easy tips.

Commonly Overlooked Tax Deductions Checklist

Possibly missed ways to save money on your personal income taxes.

What Method Should You Use to Pay?

Check, credit card, or American Express points—which is best?

3 Ways to Cut Your IRS Debt

If you're having trouble paying your taxes or want to fight late fees, these tips can help you negotiate with the IRS.

5 Steps to Simpler Record-Keeping

What bills, ATM slips, and receipts you should keep―and what you can toss.

What Is My Tax Bracket?

Not sure what you’ll be paying this year? First select your status (single, married, etc.), then find your income range. That will tell you your bracket for your 2012 federal taxes.

Upcoming Sales Tax-Free Shopping Days

Just in time for back-to-school season, local governments are offering sales tax–free shopping days. Mark your calendars!

The 10 Commandments of Buying and Selling Furniture Online

Before listing your Midcentury Modern dining table for sale or clicking the “buy now” button on that Art Deco credenza, read these 10 tips from online consignment pros.