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.
For every month, we publish an article about items you should buy during the month. But what about everyday items? Here is a list of the best time of week to buy everyday products.
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.
A lot of us don’t realize a simple fact: The best way to make money may not always be to work for it. It is to save it. Think about it: if you avoid paying unnecessary amounts of money, you could save it and put it to work for you by generating more money than you would by getting another job. Get creative and see…
We’ve all been there before: you’re shopping for something or just browsing and a sales associate is trying to upsell. Some people are really good at resisting and some people fall for their marketing jargon. Here are some tips to help you resist the upsell.
July is the month of sunshine, swimming and summer vacation. Take advantage of the air conditioning in stores and the great sales during July.
Video games are growing in popularity as family entertainment, but it can become an expensive hobby. Here are some ways to enjoy video games on a tighter budget.
Are you scratching your head wondering how you will afford a Father’s Day gift? Well, you don’t need to break the bank to put a smile on Dad’s face. Here are some inexpensive gift ideas for Father’s Day that don’t cost a whole lot and come with personal touch that will put a smile on Dad’s face.
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