If your work is going to make you be on the road, make the road work for you.
We've been so scared into thinking credit cards are dangerous that we've forgotten what a powerful and integral tool they can be.
And you thought sticking to your own budget was tough.
There isn't a whole lot of extra cash floating around the first few years out of school. But there are certain things, that when you can afford to, are definitely worth spending more on.
Not only will you save a ton, this iced coffee tastes better too.
You may not be in a place to put away a ton of money, but it's never too early to start thinking about where you'll start.
We've heard all our lives that we need to save. But what does that actually mean, and what if the cash flow is limited?
Whiteboards are perfect for brainstorming any type of project. The problem? They're really, really expensive. We found a unique, and easy DIY solution for under $15.
We're not telling you anything new when we say we all eat out too much. The bill is always higher than estimated, and we feel stuffed to death after. We'll prove to you it's a bad deal, and give you 4... [more]
Barely a week has passed and you already forgot you had them. This year, don't let your gift cards go to waste until you find it in an envelope next October, do something smart with it.
Shipping charges really add up when buying things off the internet, with Amazon Prime most items get free 2 Day delivery. But that's not the only benefit the service offers.
If done right, Target is a convenient place you can pick up some smart style picks at affordable prices. Use our guide and you'll find items that balance modern style, quality, and price, as well as a... [more]
Every guy should have a business card, even if he's unemployed or at a job that wouldn't require one. We found a printable coupon to get 100 of them free at Staples.
Want the convenience of making your protein shake right in the glass but don't want to drop the funds on a store-bought solution? Try a mason jar.
Cable sucks. It's a money suck and a life suck. Our man Richard Dedor figured out how to get his entertainment fix without the $70 per month price tag.
Don't just blow your tax refund on some Blu-rays or let it sit idle in your checking account again. Treat it like more than free money, this year spend it deliberately.
Finding stores that stock good looking, affordable men's clothing is surprisingly difficult. We list some of our favorites, with specifics on what to look for at each.
If you want to get a great deal, you have to know what time of the year what you're looking for goes on sale. Luckily for you, these five areas of goods will all be heavily discounted in the next six ... [more]
The world will end some day, likely when the sun fries the Earth in a few billion years. If the end comes before that though, you can better your survival odds by packing the right gear. As the Boy ... [more]
Just because you won a $50 million jackpot doesn't mean you're set for life, as proven by these 6 big spenders.
You don't have to spend a fortune to polish yourself around the edges. Here are 20 economical ways to look like a million bucks for under twenty.
When we're just starting out, setting money aside for health care costs is the last thing we think about doing with our paychecks. But just as the importance of your health is very real, so are the ... [more]
Listen up dudes. We know each other. We're all kind of lazy when it comes to food. But what if someone collected three different pizza recipes that we could make, in our own home, in no time at all... [more]
As a companion piece to last week's Five, I've decided to basically explain the five most common items on which you should never spend a lot of money, especially when they're being bought online.