A bit of planning can save you a ton of money when it comes to buying throughout the year. Here’s your comprehensive, always up-to-date guide on the best times to buy everything this year.
Whether it's going to a restaurant, watching a movie or having a couple of drinks, dating can be expensive. Of course, it doesn't have to be. There are plenty of inexpensive options if you're dating on a budget. We want to know yours.
If you're looking for a deal on airfare, common wisdom is to book early and be flexible with your dates. While flexibility is good, the advance part may cost you money. Peter Greenberg, CBS News' travel editor, shared some of his tips to save money and avoid costly mistakes when booking airfare.
Jobs do it. Moms do it. Wives of former college flames do it. And now, credit agencies are getting in on the Facebook stalking game. Which is worrisome.
A bit of planning can save you a ton of money when it comes to buying throughout the year. Here's your comprehensive, always up-to-date guide on the best times to buy everything this year.
Underemployed, overeducated, post-graduate sticker shock sufferers, rejoice— President Obama is going to announce a student loan plan that will allow you to pay slightly less per month and cap the amount you have to pay back per year. Someone's breaking out the Fancy Ramen tonight!
Neither men nor women feel particularly confident about investment decisions, but women are less confident, according to study after study, including two new ones. Not everyone sees this as a bad thing, and yet it's arguably a mechanism of inequality.
Living in a capitalist economy means that one's life path is largely dictated by getting money, spending money, and saving money. Most people are plenty good at spending money, and some people are pretty great at getting money, but few excel at saving money, mostly because saving money is boring, not fun, and not…
Turns out, women are better with it — stereotype to the contrary.
Slate is doing an interesting survey on how couples manage their money. But when I went to fill out my form, I got self-conscious.
When it comes to attitudes towards money, are young women moving backwards?
After surveying women on their attitudes towards their money, demographer Maddy Dychtwald came up with five financial personality types. Here are details to help you figure out where you fall.
We heart economists! (In fact, we were wondering why we never ended up having one night stands with them! More on that below!) Anyway, namely we love how they are always sprucing up the Dismal science by using their awesome powers of calculation for utterly pointless tasks like figuring out the net worth of, oh my god…
As the most self-hating people we know, we couldn't agree more with Suze Orman: the woman who doesn't take care of her money doesn't truly love herself. But just like we're hoping maybe 2K7 will be the year we learn for once to get rid of exess body mass, we're hoping at least to gain in wallet mass. And sort of like…