Cancer in Coffee? Not if the Beans Are Unroasted

Good news for the java set: You can drink your coffee and not get cancer too. Unless you drink a ridiculous amount of it, in which case you should cut back a bit. 

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IRS Will Let You Write Off Bitcoin Losses

Bitcoin losses can actually work in your favor — you can write them off on your next tax return. 

Spending Hacks That Don’t Suck — a FREE eBook

You’re going to want our free ebook — because it’s free!

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Climate Change or Fallout Got You Worried? Build an Underground Shelter!

Surely you’ve noticed a spike in advertisements for emergency supplies — they’ve enjoyed a booming business thanks to the twin forces of climate change and geopolitical tensions.

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Will You Lose Your Health Insurance Under the New Law?

In 2018, Medicare will have $25 billion less in funding. And in 2019 about 4 million people who currently have health coverage will become uninsured — that goes up to 17 million by 2027.

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How To Host a Frugal New Year’s Eve Party

Here are some suggestions on how you can host a New Year’s party frugally.

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How To Attend A Fancy Wedding Without a Fancy Budget

It may be winter, but that doesn’t mean the wedding season is hibernating. Even though the most popular month to get married is June (accounting for 15% of all weddings), you can be surprised with a wedding invitation or save-the-date at any time of year. Unfortunately, not all guests’ budgets allow for opulence and extravagance, but with a few smart strategies, you can attend any type of wedding without breaking yours. Here’s a quick guide to help you keep your budget in mind when attending a wedding as a guest.

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Did You Burn Out in 2017? Subtle Signs You Need A Vacation

When was the last time you took a vacation? And not a business trip or a long weekend for your cousin’s wedding — a real vacation. If you can’t remember, then you’re probably suffering from burn out, and you’re not the only one who had a rough 2017. Today’s workers are often impacted by a culture of overwork, wasting vacation days to achieve more. If you identify with this mentality, you might be doing more harm than good to your health and productivity.

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Weigh the Odds of Winning Like a Pro

Dreams of hitting the jackpot motivate us to at least try our hands at some form of gambling. The one that may seem most tempting typically have the worst odds of winning. 

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13 Entertainment Ideas for Total Cheapskates

Get over the idea that you have to spend money in order to have fun. Some of the best forms of entertainment cost nothing — or close to it. Here are just a few ways to enjoy yourself — either on your own or with people you care about.

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