A war is waging as we speak about buying new or used items. There are many differing opinions and some products can go either way. But here are some products whose purchase history isn’t up for debate and you should only buy them used.
A war is waging as we speak about buying new or used items. There are many differing opinions and some products can go either way. But here are some products whose purchase history isn’t up for debate and you should only buy them new. Here is an article about What to Buy Used.
It’s hard to believe summer is almost over, but August is just around the corner. Here is another edition of our monthly guide for best things to buy, Best Things to Buy in August.
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.
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.
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.
Even though our economy has turned around, layoffs are still a threat to many Americans. If you’re about to get laid off (or fired), here are some things you can do to lessen the blow.
There is no doubt that managing your own personal finances can be challenging, but when you factor a partner into the equation it only gets trickier. For many, entering the territory of handling money as a couple can feel shaky and bring a level of uncertainty, but it doesn’t have to be that way. The key is to maintain a level-head and to keep savvy.…
For some people, automatic payments are the greatest thing since sliced bread (except for billcutterz.com of course), but for others, it’s a nightmare of confusion and overdrafts. Automatic payments, when done right, will make your life easier and save you precious time each month.
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