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I work for myself, save 50% of my income, and still have money left over to travel. Here’s how it breaks down.
I'm able to save about 50% of my $85,000 income this year because I control my three biggest expenses: housing, transportation, and food.
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What is a zero-sum budget? It requires you to "spend" every dollar you earn by treating savings and investments like any other bills.
If you buy things to keep up with your friends, budget based on your pretax salary, or aren't saving anything, you're probably spending too much.
You don't have to compromise quality, preference, or your own sanity to save money on groceries. Try a cash-back credit card or grocery delivery.
Netflix and Spotify have all the movies and music you could want, so stop paying for cable.
After years of saving money, I did the math to figure out what my time is worth and learned there’s a smarter way to spend
Paying for a house cleaner started to change the way she thinks about outsourcing tasks, and how it can be worth spending money to save time.
To save more money, you have to cut back in the areas where you're spending the most.
Americans spend the bulk of their money on housing, food, and transportation. Here's what it looks like in different US cities.
The best money advice is often the simplest. Here are tips from financial planners and bestselling authors that you can't afford to ignore.