You try to budget but you still run short on money each month? You’re probably making at least one of these money mistakes.
Just as Black Friday sales now begin on Thanksgiving, expect post-Christmas sales to begin on Christmas Eve day.
There will be crowds. But if you can handle the hubbub, you’ll score some great prices on stuff you use every day.
ShopSmart, which is published by Consumer Reports, honors the best and worst products of 2013 in its January issue.
A survey indicates that once Christmas is over, people focus with great intensity on buying things for themselves.
Running to the mall to complete the shopping on your list is fraught with temptation and possibilities to overspend. You’ve been good so far. Don’t blow it now. We can help.
Budgets are about deprivation and discipline. No wonder they’re hard to stick to. Because the last thing you need is another source of guilt, here’s an idea: Don’t make a budget. Make a spending plan instead.