The Motley Fool's "Saving & Spending Center" provides a crash-course in how to save more money, including budgeting, short-term savings vehicles, saving for college, etc.
FinancialLiteracyMonth.com's Tools for Success section offers helpful worksheets for income, net worth, debt load, etc. Try these exercises to get one step closer to realizing your long-term financial goals.
About.com's Money In Your 20's section has great articles to get you thinking about ways to save better.
At Credit Unions, You Save More Because credit unions are member-owned and member-operated, they pay-it-forward to members in the form of better interest rates and lower fees (instead of sending profits up to shareholders, like at a bank.) Find yours at www.CULookup.com.