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There's a difference between having $1 million and saving $1 million.
Buying pre-cut veggies, taking hot showers, owning a car, and clipping coupons are all surprising ways you're wasting money.
A financial planner shares her best advice to save more money — and what to do with that cash once you’ve saved it
Wondering what to do with your savings? A financial planner say the first priority is high-interest debt, and then an emergency fund.
Certificates of deposit, or CDs, are a type of savings account with a fixed interest rate and minimal risk. They're popular when interest rates are high.
"Make your money work for you" is common personal finance advice, but it's not always clear how to make it happen.
Putting aside just an extra $25 a week can make a massive difference in your savings, if you make 2 smart choices
Saving just $25 a week can make a huge difference if you set yourself up to save consistently, and to take advantage of compound interest.
My savings doubled in 2018, no thanks to some form of personal-finance wizardry: I set up automatic savings and kept it at a different bank.
You may have heard of a 529 savings plan, but its flexibility will surprise you.
Finding cheaper housing can help you save more with little effort, as can setting up automatic savings.
Saving money can seem tricky but by swapping out some things you pay for and actually getting them for free can save you loads of money.