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What Frugality Really Means and How to Achieve It 4

In today's society the term "frugal" often has a negative connotation. Most of the time it is used interchangeably with terms like "cheap" or "stingy" to disparage a person. In other cases one might think that, in order to be frugal, they must make huge changes to their lifestyle just...

Peer to Peer Lending for Home Improvement Loans 2

This week Lending Club announced yet another partnership, this time with HomeAdvisor. Under the deal Lending Club will offer their peer to peer loans to those looking to remodel their homes using HomeAdvisor’s site. The partnership is said to be multi-year and exclusive. HomeAdvisor is a website that allows customers...

Need a Financial Wake Up Call? Go Old School

Technology is a great thing and breakthroughs in financial technology have been even better. These new tools offer convenience, present us with additional financial data, and give us new ways to invest our money. However, sometimes if you really need to make a change in your budget you need to...

How to Get a Used Boat Loan 4

As with any big purchase, buying a used boat can be an intimidating process. Sometimes it can seem that the pain of securing the funds to get the boat takes away from the fun and entertainment having the boat will bring. If you’re feeling overwhelmed you should know that getting...

What Does Middle Class Mean? 7

Politicians spend a lot of time talking about the middle class. That's likely because that term has traditionally applied to the largest single segment of the population. While that remains true it now seems that the middle is shrinking. Further complicating things, as USA Today recently noted,  defining exactly what "middle...

3 Purchases Better Than an Extravagant Wedding 4

With spring just around the corner your calendar is likely filling up with wedding and reception dates at a rapid rate — maybe you're even getting married this year. In this country weddings are rarely cheap affairs. From gowns to invitations to catering to venues, the costs of throwing a...

Over-Sacrificing for Savings: What Not to Do 4

Trying to cut back on your spending? It's a noble goal and usually one of the first step in improving your finances. But what about those times when spending a little extra is actually in your best interest? Wisebread recently pointed out several times when skimping on spending goes too...