Welcome to our third round of Money Saving Tips, a weekly roundup of helpful articles related to saving money, personal finance and frugal living. Check back in with BillCutterz, experts at saving you money for more money saving articles.
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Wine Guide for Frugal Folks
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5 Budgeting Tips for Singles
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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…
As a first time homeowner, there is no doubt that you will be overwhelmed excitement, but also with the amount of responsibility you will now face. Many new home buyers do not do the proper planning and research that will help put themselves in the best financial situation possible.
There are plenty of ways to save money beforehand, in addition to during the first year as a new homeowner. Here are some ways for new homeowners to save money that will help you now and in the long run. Continue reading…
Homeowners insurance is a necessity if you own your home, and it’s not something you can just cut like a Starbucks run if you want to save money. Let’s find out ways you can lower your homeowners insurance. Continue reading…
The new year brings new beginnings and resolutions and this year happens to bring some changes to our healthcare system. Find out what has changed and how these updates will affect you and your family.
It took Congress only 2,700 pages to write the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as ObamaCare. But bureaucrats have generated 13,000 pages in new regulations for its implementation. Several new ObamaCare provisions take effect in 2013. Here are seven healthcare changes you should be aware of.
7 Changes To Healthcare In 2013 via ChristianPF