Parties, especially when children are involved, can start off simple, but turn into elaborate, money-grabbing life forms of their own. This guide will show you how to throw a frugal birthday party.
For every month, we publish an article about items you should buy during the month. But what about everyday items? Here is a list of the best time of week to buy everyday products.
Almost everyone uses the Internet daily for a multitude of reasons. But are you safe online or are you compromising your own security? Here are some tips to help protect yourself online and not be a victim of online identity theft.
We all need some form of entertainment, whether it’s sports, television, reading or something else altogether. With cable and satellite prices constantly on the rise, here are some ways to get your TV fix that fit into a frugal lifestyle.
As we near the end of July, retailers have already started advertising and offering back to school sales. Even though school is still a month (or more) away, it’s time to start thinking about back to school shopping and ways to save money.
Everyone moves at least once in their life, but for most people, moving comes more often. As a college student, I have moved five or six times since I moved out of my parents’ house. Moving is hard, time consuming, frustrating and most of all, expensive. Here are some tips to save money during your move.
Living in an apartment can either be a good or bad experience and it usually factors down to the apartment complex, management and you. Here are some money saving tips for apartment living.
Working from home can save you big bucks on office space and transportation costs, but it can also cost you money. Whether you are just building a home office or remodeling an existing one, these tips will help you save money.
College students are notorious for being broke while eating Ramen noodles and Kraft Mac & Cheese. It doesn’t have to be this way, even if you are supporting yourself. Here are some tips to save money and live better while in college.
A lot of us don’t realize a simple fact: The best way to make money may not always be to work for it. It is to save it. Think about it: if you avoid paying unnecessary amounts of money, you could save it and put it to work for you by generating more money than you would by getting another job. Get creative and see…
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