Money Saving Articles

Tips for saving on your grocery bill

Make a list and stick to it. The biggest way to go over budget when grocery shopping is deviating from your shopping list. Setting a budget will help you stay on track and ensure you’re not overspending. Don’t always buy the generic unless it is actually cheaper. Depending on the store, generic items aren’t always cheaper. When comparing unit prices, make sure the brand and

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Tips for lowering home insurance costs

Saving money on your homeowners insurance is easier than you think and you do have the option of shopping around. Follow these tips to lower your home insurance costs. Before buying a house, make sure to lookup the Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange (CLUE) report. The CLUE report tracks insurance claims for properties and if your house has a bad claims history, your insurance premiums will

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Best Time to Buy: January

The first month of a new year means plenty of discounts, coupons and promotions to take advantage of. January is a great month for consumer bargaining power because most shoppers are not shopping because they’re broke from the holidays.

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Tips for lowering car insurance costs

Before buying a car, shop around for car insurance quotes. Premiums vary by type of car, age, price, repair cost, safety record and likelihood of theft. And that’s not accounting for your driving record or location. Saving money on car insurance isn’t always as easy as a 15 minute phone call, but it can be. Choose a car that fits your all-around budget, not just

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Bartering and borrowing with your neighbors

Bartering is a practice that was lost through the growth of economical trade, but has been making a comeback. There is an organization in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania called the Kennett Time Bank that ups local bartering to a whole new level. The bartering service puts people together that will mutually benefit from something the other provides. The Kennett Time Bank relies on volunteers for everything

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4 Ways you’re overpaying

Paying a price for convenience. Buying prepackaged and individually-wrapped foods like sliced fruit or cheese is one way most people overspend without realizing it. You’re paying a high price for the convenience and the plastic. If you’re pressed for time during the week, set aside a few hours on Sunday to slice and package snacks for the week. It doesn’t take very long and doing

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Winter money saving tips

The easiest thing is to bundle up. Always wear long pants, socks or slippers and long sleeve shirts. Wool is a great insulator and will keep you very warm. Lower your thermostat. Leaving it at 68 degrees instead of 75 degrees will save you a ton of money. Make sure your windows are working with you and not against you. Open the curtains during the

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8 Ways to teach your kids financial responsibility

1. Most banks offer free checking and savings accounts for children and don’t have minimum balance requirements or other hoops to jump through. You can open one for your kid with as little as $20 at some branches. 2. Offer to match their savings for as long as you like to encourage them to save instead of spend. Reward them after a trip to the

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Building an emergency fund

Things happen almost every day that are out of our control and some of them can’t be avoided no matter how hard you try. The ones you can plan for are the ones you should be worrying about and creating an emergency fund is the best way to combat all financial disasters. A reserve fund is different than a savings account because it is for

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10 Easy money saving tips

1. Before buying something online, look for promotion codes. Type “promo code for XYZ” into your favorite search engine or visit RetailMeNot.com and search for your store. More often than not, you’ll find a great discount code or at the very least free shipping. 2. Subscribe to your frequently read magazines instead of picking them up at the grocery store. You’ll save 50% or more

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