Both major retailers and Internet start-ups offer scheduled deliveries of everyday essentials or nice-to-have treats. But will you save any money this way?
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This is an excerpt from my first book, Life or Debt. You won’t be able to use every tip, but you’ll definitely be able to use some!
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We all hate moving, but one thing we can do is lessen the cost.
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If you’re in need of a mini-vacation to relax and recharge, a bed and breakfast might be the ticket. Here’s how to make it more affordable.
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