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It's not free, like Napster used to be. But you don't have to pay iTunes prices for your MP3s.
Keeping your significant other in the loop about your financial habits can not only save you money, it could save your relationship.
Those candy bars in the grocery checkout line are so tempting, but buy too many and it could be a big waste of money. Make a shopping list to keep from impulse shopping.
If your dining bills have gotten out of control, but cooking at home every night isn't your cup of tea, forming a cooking co-op might make a decent compromise.
Group coupon sites like Groupon and LivingSocial may be making waves as purveyors of daily deals. But they're also touting themselves as avenues for charity.
Even if you throw them away, weekly supermarket circulars are still waiting for you on the Internet.
Thanks to the Internet, there's almost no excuse for paying full price.
Coupons and discount cards are an obvious way to pay less than full price at the grocery store. But those aren't the only way.
Are you an impulse shopper? Ditch the plastic and pay cash, and you might not only save money. You may also lose weight.
How much are you willing to give up to save money? A recent poll shows just how far many of us are willing to go in hard times.