Author: Donna Freedman
Donna Freedman on October 8, 2018
Ignore the naysayers: People of moderate means really can leverage their dollars to build wealth. Some of the most effective tactics don’t cost a dime.
Donna Freedman on September 24, 2018
These relatively inexpensive fixes will keep small problems from driving up your auto repair bills.
Donna Freedman on September 4, 2018
Half the fun of owning (or renting) a space is making it a comfortable, pleasing place to live, but you don’t have to go broke doing it.
Donna Freedman on August 29, 2018
Research shows that how we look affects what we earn. However, there are ways to take on this workplace bias.
Donna Freedman on July 15, 2018
Here’s where you can buy groceries at warehouse-club prices — if not cheaper — without having to pay the annual membership fee.
Donna Freedman on July 11, 2018
Keeping your house tidy shouldn’t cost a bundle. These simple tips can save you hundreds of dollars — or more — each year.
Donna Freedman on July 7, 2018
Money is a perennial cause of anxiety in the U.S. Here’s how to take control of your cash – and quit tearing your hair out.
Donna Freedman on July 4, 2018
It’s not just for baby bottoms: Vaseline can address dozens of problems and replace a cabinet full of products.
Donna Freedman on June 12, 2018
One man’s trash is another man’s paycheck. Here’s how much people who do this dirty — and dangerous — job earn across the country.
Donna Freedman on May 29, 2018
Even in your 40s, it’s not too late to get your finances in order. Put these items at the top of your must-do list.
Donna Freedman on May 14, 2018
Want to know where your state ranks? Check out these credit snapshots.
Donna Freedman on March 7, 2018
Vinegar is arguably the most versatile product in your house. Find out how to use it, from cleaning veggies to whitening teeth and de-skunking a dog.
Donna Freedman on March 6, 2018
Find out how you can replace these overpriced cleaning supplies for just a few cents.
Donna Freedman on March 3, 2018
These 500-pound gorillas of retail both like to claim the lowest-price title, but a new study says neither is completely dominant.
Donna Freedman on February 12, 2018
Data from more than half a million borrowers shows that people lower-income states often manage their debt better than those where incomes are higher.
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