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Frugality is great, but did you know that it's possible to be too frugal? Fear of spending money can be terribly damaging to your health and personal relationships. Here are the warning signs.
Valentine's Day is the second most expensive holiday of the year. Why does it cost so much to say "I love you?"
The world is a costly place. If you don’t want to pay more than you absolutely need to, stay on the lookout for these common hidden fees.
After you've tracked your expenses you may be wondering, "So am I spending too much?" Here's how you figure out the right amount to spend on every budget category.
All purchases - big and small, practical and impractical - come from the same place within you. Understanding that place can make an enormous difference in how you spend your money.
The National Foundation for Credit Counseling reminds consumers that regardless of the price, a bargain isn’t a smart purchase if it compromises a person’s overall financial health.
Does money buy you happiness? Not if you're spending it wrong. Here are eight rules for maximizing happiness through spending.
Gift giving during the holidays can be a wonderful, heartfelt expression of love. Or it can be a money-draining competition. This year, don't let your competitive instincts influence your spending habits.
We all spend money we know we shouldn't. We bypass our conscience by telling ourselves one of the following lies...
Cutting your expenses doesn't have to be painful at all. Learn how to reduce your spending gradually with step-down spending.
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