Summertime means it’s time to wind down from the long year and have some fun in the sun. But just as the temperatures go up, so does your electric bill! Here are a few tips to lower your electric bill and keep you and your wallet nice and cool this summer.
The kids are out of school, the sun is blazing and your sanity is moments away from going out the door with all of your money and the cool air. Before you lose it, take a deep breath and a few minutes to read over these fun ways to entertain your kids this summer without breaking the bank.
Memorial Day is just around the corner and that means it’s almost summer time. Kick your summer into gear by having a fantastic three day weekend without blowing your budget. Here are 7 ways to save money on Memorial Day.
We all like saving time and money – that’s why we’re here. Find out from productivity guru, Ari Meisel five things that are wasting you time and money, and what to do about it.
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.
The south is notorious for its scorching summers, and Texas is the worst reaching over 100° F for weeks on end without any relief. Some years the south doesn’t even receive a gradual introduction into summer, and the spring months of March through May just turn into an early summer. That’s why it’s important to prepare for summer early, as it can often arrive without any warning.…
If you, like most of us out there are feeling the pinch, finding that currency just doesn’t stretch as far as it used to, you’re probably interested in knowing how to buy furniture on the cheap. We look at where to find good furniture deals that will help you create a beautiful home without busting your budget. Here are 10 ways to save money on used furniture.
April 15 is less than a month away and if you’re expecting a sizeable tax refund, it’s tempting to use that money on something fun instead of being responsible. Here are 5 smart ways to use your tax refund that won’t make you kick yourself later.
What would happen if your car, which is your transportation to and from work every day, needed a necessary $1,000 dollar repair tomorrow. Could you cover it with your savings? Or would you charge it? Would you borrow money? Or would you put your rent money towards it?
While saving can be tricky if you’re living paycheck to paycheck, there are certainly ways of finding cash to put toward your savings. Here are 3 simple ways to save for an emergency.
Buying a home is likely the single-most expensive transaction you will ever make. And when you consider the long-term implications, possible options and all of the components of buying a new home, it is easy to see how some people can become overwhelmed. Here are some house hunting tips that can help you stay organized, focused and in control of your finances so you can…
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