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Chris Birk

Chris Birk, a recovering journalist, works as content director for a couple of Inc. 500 companies. Blogging, teaching and saving money on the side.

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4 Steps To Perfecting Your Social Media Strategy

If you've added a social media component to your marketing, be sure to actively measure and track your efforts.

Deciding What You Want Out of Retirement

Many Americans aren't prepared, financially or otherwise, for retirement. Make these key decisions now, and retire easily later.

4 Things to Consider Before Hiring Household Help

Outsourcing chores can help you maximize your free time and earning potential. Figure out whether hiring some help is the right choice for you.

5 Unexpected Uses for Oats

Think oatmeal is the only use for oats? No way. This versatile grain can eliminate odors, give you glowing skin, and much more.

6 Cheap Ways to Stage Your Home in a Buyer's Market

Home sellers can be low on leverage in a buyer's market. But these six simple, inexpensive things can help you make the sale.

6 Ways to Get the Most from Local Search

As internet search goes local small businesses have an opportunity to stand out on computer screens large and small.

5 Ways Newlyweds Screw Up Money Management

Marriage isn't just a joining of two people who love each other, it's also a joining of their finances. Avoid these mistakes to make sure you achieve fiscal bliss.

7 Things to Consider Before Becoming a Stay-at-Home Parent

Being stay-at-home parent can prove beyond rewarding, but walking away from a job in this economy is a tough decision. Here are some factors to consider.

5 Ways to Snag Budget-Friendly Business Clothes

Buying new business clothes can seriously dent your budget, especially if you're unemployed. But you don't have to go into debt to dress for success.

6 Paths to a Greener Back-to-School Season

Eco-friendly school supplies are a great way to teach kids about sustainability. Even better, a green back-to-school can help mom and dad save lots of cash.

5 Romantic, Inexpensive Anniversary Celebrations

A frugal approach to relationship anniversaries can still spur fun and spark romance. Try one of these creative and inexpensive ideas.

8 Tips for Planning a Last-Minute Wedding

Not everyone has the luxury of time when it comes to weddings. Learn how to navigate the process in a hurry without sacrificing the joy or blowing the budget.

5 Home and Family Items to Avoid Buying Used

Generally, buying used is a smart decision. But from car seats to pet supplies, there are some items that you're always better off buying new.

4 Ways to Find a Reputable Mechanic

Taking a car in for repairs can be needlessly expensive for consumers without a trusted mechanic. Here are four ways to make sure you find someone reliable.

5 Ways to Manage Your Online Reputation

If you aren't telling your online audience what to think of you, someone else is.

4 Ways to Eat Healthy(ish) From Vending Machines

Vending machines aren't the best places to find nutritious snacks. But if you're in a pinch, you can stay healthy with these compromise choices.

4 Reasons Why You Should Support Your Local Library

Libraries nationwide are succumbing to budget and service cutbacks. Discover why it's more important than ever to support these community institutions.

5 Money-Saving Tips for the Summer Road Trip

Millions of Americans will hit the road this summer for the time-honored family vacation. Here are some tips to ensure the family budget doesn't take a hit.

How to Avoid Moving Scams

What sucks worse than moving? Getting scammed by your movers. Here's how to avoid getting taken to the cleaners by unscrupulous moving companies.

Is Mechanical Breakdown Insurance Worth It?

Depending on your car and your aversion to risk, mechanical breakdown insurance can prove to be a smart investment...or a waste of funds.

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