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As the Wallet goes on extended hiatus, former WSJ personal finance columnist Jonathan Clements shares seven simple truths about money.
Shopping for and applying to colleges can be expensive, but it doesn't have to break the bank.
Summer may be waning, but now is a great time to book a shoulder season travel deal. Here's how.
How to avoid disaster when loaning money to friends. Plus, getting a raise during the Great Recession.
Become a landlord? Rent or buy? When it comes to shelter, there's no shortage of confusion out there.
The Great Recession has changed many Americans' loyalty to particular brands. Whether this is a passing or permanent shift is a subject of debate.
Dumb reasons to be in debt. Plus a guide to recreating Trader Joe's success.
Do you want your college to resemble a low-cost airline? To attract budget-minded families, some schools are pushing value over cushy amenities.
For job-seekers, the costs of networking can add up quickly. But what spending makes sense, and what's unnecessary?
Web sites that pay you to recycle, and investing without fear.
How to stay out of debt while unemployed. Plus what to do with a small windfall.
The government may lower the maximum contribution limits on 401(k) retirement accounts. Yes, you read that correctly: lower.
Zero-percent balance transfers are rare, but they're still out there. If you're able to pay down debt quickly, these transfer offers could save lots of money.
Another byproduct of the recession: We're becoming our own barbers, a move that can have expensive consequences.
Americans have tightened their belts in the last year, paying down debt and delaying big-ticket purchases, but some are spending more on life’s little indulgences.
Why healthy splurging makes people happy. Plus, streamline your personal finance like a Fortune 500 company.
Craigslist.org can help you save money. But navigating the site can be problematic. here are some tools to help.
How to choose a bank account. Plus, why the IRS is looking at your Facebook profile.
The IRS launches YouTube videos aimed at simplifying complex information for taxpayers.