Cash & Coupling: 12 Ways To Save Money Together

By: Jessica Amason / April 13, 2010
In light of our strained economy, how can you keep your love life intact and still scale back on spending? Whether playing the field or in a couple, there are a number of free (or cheap) ways to mind your wallet without sacrificing your dating life. After all, a recession won’t keep you from finding… More »

Money 101: 4 Easy Ways To Start Building Your Nest Egg

By: Chelsea Kaplan / April 12, 2010
In this tough economic climate, after paying all of your bills, you’re lucky if the money left over from your paycheck each month allows you to splurge on a trendy item at Forever 21. However, even if you’re not rolling in dough right now, you still should be making a concerted effort to stash away… More »

Cash & Coupling: Aww, My Tax-Filing’s All Grown Up!

By: Wendy Atterberry / April 9, 2010
There was a time in my life when I actually looked forward to tax season. Like most people, I had taxes withheld from each paycheck, so that when tax time rolled around each year, I was guaranteed a nice little refund. I’d collect my W-2s, spend an hour or so filling out paperwork on a… More »

Money 101: How To Do Your Taxes With Your Man

By: Catherine Strawn / April 8, 2010
Money matters are one of the most common topics couples disagree on, so if you've never done taxes with your honey before, you might want to brace yourself. Since April 15 is right around the corner, we asked Ryan S. Himmel, CPA and founder of the personal finance website BIDaWIZ, for advice o… More »

My Two Cents: How To Host A Kick-Ass Clothing Swap

By: Wendy Atterberry / April 7, 2010
Not only is a clothing swap a great excuse to organize your closets, get rid of stuff you no longer want, and gather a group of girlfriends for an afternoon or evening of cocktails and clothes, it’s also an opportunity to score some totally free new-to-you outfits and accessories. I found one of my favorite… More »

Cash & Coupling: How To Cope When Your Paycheck Dwarfs Your Guy’s

By: Chelsea Kaplan / April 6, 2010
Even though it’s 2010, when you’re in a relationship where you’re out-earning your man, it can make you feel all Peggy Olson, threatening the sharkskin suits off those ass-slapping, whiskey-drinking male ad execs – except that the ego-bruising’s going on in your bedroom, not the boardroom. If your guy’s got size-related inadequacy issues that have… More »

Money 101: What You Need To Do Before Buying Your First Home

By: Chelsea Kaplan / April 5, 2010
Whether it’s because you can’t stand another day with a sloppy roommate, one more night of smelling the Indian food your neighbors are making for dinner or living in 300 square feet of space (honestly, don’t animals at the zoo have grander quarters?), there comes a time in every girl’s -- or couple’s -- life… More »

Poll: Have You Filed Your Taxes Yet?

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 2, 2010
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How Would You Blow Your Tax Return?

By: Lily Q / March 19, 2010
Although the worst part of every paycheck is seeing how much has been taken out for taxes, the best part of every year is getting a chunk of those funds back all at once. It's like Christmas in April and, really, what's Christmas without the presents? Nothing but a bit of good cheer and a… More »

How To Get A Job Blogging For A Living

By: The Frisky / March 5, 2010
Once upon a time, weblogs were weird websites written by a few nerdy types. Now, blogs are everywhere. They've gone mainstream. People actually get paid to blog for a living. There are pros and cons to blogging-for-dollars. On the up side, you get to do something you love, in many cases you get to work… More »

Don’t Buy Into Holiday Gift Cards

By: Leonora Epstein / December 14, 2009
Buying a gift card or certificate might be one way to deal with people whom you have no idea what to get for the holidays. And true, for the person receiving a gift card, it can feel like free money. However, if you're going this route, you'd probably be better off just handing… More »

How To Sell Clothes To Second Hand Stores

By: Bianca Posterli / December 6, 2009
Just this morning, I hauled three garbage bags to the Goodwill instead of trying to sell the clothes, because they've been taking up valuable space in my apartment and the hassle is just not worth it sometimes. You see, I've tried the whole cash for clothes deal at stores like Beacon's Closet and Buffalo Exchange,… More »

Girl Talk: My Husband Paid Off My Loans, Now I Feel Indebted

By: Wendy Atterberry / December 2, 2009
Recently, a wonderful, terrific, incredible thing in my life happened, but I'm still having a little trouble embracing the good news. Two weeks ago, my husband of four months dipped into his life savings and paid off the remainder of my student loans. This was no small feat, of course; the amount left on my… More »

Would You Ever Cut Yourself Off?

By: Leonora Epstein / November 19, 2009
Are cutting credit cards up a new recession trend? The Atlantic thinks so: "Cutting up credit cards is a classic solution to the temptations of easy credit, but as Americans have become more and more reliant on plastic, there's been a resurgence of interest in swearing off credit entirely."… More »

How Much Financial Responsibility Should A 20-Something Have?

By: Ali Jawin / June 28, 2009
I am not great with money. I think the problem is I don't love money. Don't get me wrong, I love material things, but money in and of itself doesn't really interest me. Maybe the idea of having money isn't as compelling because as a recent college grad, I don't have any. Until very recently… More »

“Womenomics” Authors Say Working Mothers Should Just Say “No” To More Work

By: Jessica Wakeman / June 3, 2009
"No means no" is a phrase feminists have successfully integrated into the lexicon to use in halting unwanted sexual advances. And now some feminists are arguing the next terrain for "no means no" should be for cutting back on above-the-call-of-duty hours spent in the workplace. So says the new book "Womenomics: Write Your… More »

How To Save Money On Dry Cleaning

By: Robyn Moreno / January 23, 2009
So this morning, I picked up my laundry from the dry cleaners and the bill: $299.58. I'm not kidding. Granted, 1) my lazy-ass boyfriend was in charge and took every article of clothing he owns, and 2) I just moved to the tony Upper East Side of NYC, where dry cleaning a dress costs $18. More »

The Frisky Gift Guide: 10 Ways To Make Fast Money To Buy Gifts

By: Annika Harris / December 17, 2008
There are only four days left before the start of Hanukkah and only eight days left before Christmas. And we bet you could use a little extra cash to buy gifts. Our list will get you some money with little effort. Most of the things on the list will only take you a day to… More »

Tips From A Recessionista: The First 30 Days

By: Wendy Atterberry / November 12, 2008
Unless you’re living in a cave somewhere in, I don’t know, rural Alaska, far, far from civilization, you’ve probably noticed that our economy is in the crapper. And despite last week’s presidential election of Barack Obama and his message of change and hope, it will take some time before things stabilize and we’re back o… More »

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