Now that summer is almost upon us, it’s time to think about what you’re going to do with your munchkins, especially if you’re a working parent. Summer camps are a great way to entertain your kids for parts of the summer, but they can be costly. Here is a guide to saving money on summer camps for your kids.
Now that your spring semester is almost over, it’s time to get ready to sell your textbooks. Here is your ultimate guide to getting the most cash for your textbooks.
No one wants to be known as a miser to their friends and loved ones. But desperate times calls for desperate measures. The state of the economy necessitates that you save on each and every penny that you possibly can. Also, avoiding unnecessary expenses using credit cards, the bills of which you cannot repay on time, ensures that your free credit scores are in good…
Even though it’s barely spring, most of the U.S. is experiencing seasonably warm temperatures. It’s time to start thinking about surviving summer heat waves without spending a fortune.
Americans donate almost $300 billion to charities each year and that kind of money can go a long way to make a difference in our communities, country and world. But with the latest uproar about Kony 2012 and Invisible Children, Inc., it’s a good idea to properly vet any charities before cutting a check.
There’s a little over a month left for this tax season and many of have already gotten or are expecting a tax refund. Usually I use my tax withholding as a forced savings account and use the refund to buy myself something nice, like a computer (last year) or a small vacation (2010). Instead of splurging, here are six ways to use your tax refund…
Because of the nice weather (nice for February anyway) we’ve been having, I’m starting to get the spring break itch. I’m ready to take a nice break and hit the beach or go camping. Either way, saving money during spring break is a priority. Here are 7 ways to enjoy your spring break without spending a fortune.
It’s that time of year again – tax season. Some people use their tax return as a forced savings account, while others try to avoid giving the government an interest-free loan. Either way, everyone wants to pay as little taxes as they can. Here are some tax tips for 2012.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Here are some ways to celebrate with your special someone without spending a small fortune.
We all get sick from time to time and depending on your job, you might have to work or face other consequences, especially if it’s just a cold. As a lifelong sufferer of allergies, I occasionally get a flare up that I have to work through because I can’t afford to take the day off. Here are some tips for how to work when you…
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