TV is one of my favorite forms of entertainment. I keep up with many new shows, and I also like to watch old shows in syndication. Luckily, you don’t need to pay high prices to get your TV fix. Here are some ways to save money on TV. Continue reading
Garage sales are often thrown around as a quick and easy method to make extra money. If you’ve tried to run your own, you probably know how much work it really takes and how little money you can make after all that effort. As unprofitable as yard sales can be, they can also be very lucrative, if you know some tricks. Let’s find out how to actually make money with a yard sale. Continue reading
If you’re anything like me, you might spend a lot of time playing games, and very little time considering the costs. My household is a big fan of gaming, and since we all play multiple systems, it can get expensive quick. Here are some tips to save money on gaming. Continue reading
Homeowner’s insurance is a necessary expense when you own your own home and can certainly be a lifesaver in the event of a disastrous tragedy, but that doesn’t make the premiums any easier on your pocketbook.
In today’s economy, saving money any way that you can has become a daily endeavor in the lives of Americans and it can certainly extend to your homeowner’s insurance policy. With a few savvy investments now, you can cut the fat on your premiums and save back a hefty little nest egg for your children’s college tuition. You can click this link to visit the HBF website & ask the below questions. Continue reading
If you’re struggling to pay off your debts, you may have heard about Individual Voluntary Arrangements – or IVAs; but what is an IVA exactly?
Simply put, IVAs are there to help people who are deeply indebted but who wish – or need – to avoid bankruptcy. The IVA was established by Part VIII of the Insolvency Act 1986 in the United Kingdom. Continue reading