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5 Facts Millennials Should Know About Retirement Planning

Millennials never seem to get a break. 14% of 25 to 34-year-olds are still living at home with their parents.

Best Money Tips: What Successful People Do To Maximize Their Time

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on things that successful people do to maximize their time, possible causes for your high bills, and ways to keep promises with yourself.

Best Deals for Thursday 05/28

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3 Times When You Should Absolutely Quit

Ask the average American about a time he or she quit something, and it's likely the answer will either be a dodge or some sort of self-deprecating joke.

14 Popular Snacks You Can Make at Home

One of the easiest ways to save money at the grocery store is to shop the perimeter. Not only does avoiding all those packaged foods cost less, but it also keeps your health in check.

13 Things IT People Wish You Knew About Computers

This post is brought to you by Comcast Business.  Follow us @comcastbusiness. You might only get this joke if you’re an IT pro: To the optimist, the glass is half full.

The 9 Everyday Products With the Biggest Markups

Products with ridiculously high markups exist because somebody, somewhere, is willing to pay that price.

5 MicroSaving Tools to Help You Start Saving Now

Not all of us have the ability to save large amounts of money every month, but saving for emergencies, future expenses, and large purchases are nonetheless important goals.

The 5 Best UPS Backup Batteries

Anyone who’s ever experienced a power outage knows how important it is to keep batteries and battery-powered tools around the house.

Join Our Tweetchat on Thursday 5/28, 12pm Pacific for a Chance to Win Prizes

Join our Tweetchat this Thursday at 12:00 pm Pacific for lively conversation and a chance to win one of two $10 Amazon GCs!

The 8 Life Skills You Must Learn in Your 40s

I turned 40 last year. It was not celebrated in quite the same way as when I turned 18, or 21, but it's a milestone nonetheless.

Best Money Tips: Apps for a Smarter Home

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on apps that make your home smarter, summer items you can buy at the dollar store, and cheap date ideas that won’t skimp on the romance.

Best Deals for Wednesday 05/27

Link for teaser title: Virgin America Nationwide Fares from $38 1-way, eBay Deal Frenzy Sale: Up to 95% off, Wayfair Clearance Sale: Up...

7 Ways Paying Off Student Loans Early Can Boost Your Finances

So you just graduated from college and have a fancy new degree and tens of thousands of dollars in student loans.

6 Ways to Apartment Hunt on Craigslist Without Getting Scammed

Using Craigslist to find an apartment is not a novel idea. As a matter of fact, it's by far the most popular way for prospective renters to find a new place.

14 Crock-Pot Dishes to Serve at Your Next Party

Throwing a party can be serious business, so it's good to find shortcuts whenever possible. I love using my slow cooker to simmer up dips, side dishes, desserts, and more.

Planwise is Giving Away Up to $1250 to Wise Bread Readers!

Planwise is giving away big bucks exclusively to Wise Bread readers! Planwise just launched their new PlanwiseConnect Affordability Widget!

The 5 Best Detangling Sprays

If you frequently find knots in your hair when you’re trying to comb through it, then a detangling spray can work wonders.

5 Things Millennials Can Do to Buy a House Within the Next Decade

Millennials — children born between 1980 and the early 2000s — are tech savvy and educated, but they also face more financial stress than previous generations.

7 DIY Crafts That Will Save You Money

It seems obvious that making and doing things yourself will save you money. But some projects require so many supplies that they aren't realistic to take on, and sometimes manufacturers are simply able to make things cheaper.