Money Saving Articles

How to Save Money Eating Out

Eating at home will always be less expensive than eating out, but sometimes it’s nice to go out and enjoy yourself at a restaurant. Whether it be with friends, co-workers, or you just want to have a night out for the family, these tips will save you money on all of your restaurant outings.

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How to Get a Frugal College Degree

The cost of higher education seems to rise every year. Most lower and middle-class families cannot afford the additional education without federal assistance or getting themselves deep in student loan debt. Here are some tips on how to get a frugal college degree! Know What You Want Before you enroll in a brick and mortar university, figure out what you want out of your education

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Tips to Improve Your Credit Score

A good credit score can open many doors for you. It may be a door to a new home or automobile, and getting the best rates for the loans associated with these purchases and any other lines of credit you apply for. A writer for Quizzle said, “Having a good credit score is like having the world’s best coupon book for all of life’s major

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7 Tips on How to Save and Prepare for Baby

Whether plans for a baby are right on the horizon or you are currently expecting, everyone knows that a little bundle of joy can add big financial stress. Here are some tips to help you save and prepare for baby, so you can more adequately enjoy every precious moment.

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Be Frugal and Thoughtful This Father’s Day

Father’s Day is this Sunday – do you know what you’re going to do for Dad? Here are some frugal and thoughtful ways to celebrate Father’s Day.

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How to Save Money on TV

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.

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How to Actually Make Money with a Yard Sale

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

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Common Sense Frugal Tips

Saving money is an act a lot of us claim to be good at but in reality not many of us in the Western world know what it is to be truly miserable. The last time things have been really bad and what we give as the greatest example of a crisis in the United States and subsequently the world was during the Great Depression.

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Home Organizing on a Budget

Nobody like mess and chaos at home, but sometimes it is really difficult and even impossible to keep some kind of a simple order in the kitchen or make the living room look larger, because there are so many stuffs there. When it comes to home organizing, every single housekeeper would say that she needs more money that will help her arrange and maintain her

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8 Best Budget and Money Management Tools

Unless you’re super rich, you probably need to keep track of where your money is going each month. One of the easiest ways to do that is to use one or more of the many tools available online. Here is a list of the 8 best budget and money management tools that will work for most households and allow you to sanely keep track of

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