Halloween On A Budget

on October 13, 2009

A scary economy doesn’t have to frighten away your fun this Halloween. Here are 3 do-it-yourself tips to sweeten your Halloween without spooking your bank account.

States Want Tax on Web Purchases

on October 12, 2009

Some states are beginning to charge sales tax on internet purchases.

Household Products Vinegar Can Replace

on October 10, 2009

You can do a lot more with a bottle of white distilled vinegar than just cooking.

3 Tips to Lower Your Rent

on October 10, 2009

As the foreclosure wave crests in many parts of the country, many people who used to own homes are joining the ranks of renters. But whether you’re new or experienced to renting, it pays to know some tips that can help you with the cost.

Lessons For Landlords

on October 8, 2009

According to the National Association of Realtors, last year Americans bought nearly 2 million homes not to live in, but for investment. Which means many of those homes will become rental properties. Will all the new landlords be ready?

It’s Time to Purchase Like It’s 1999

on October 6, 2009

With prices falling on everything from houses to boats, if you’re lucky enough to have money in the bank, there are definitely bargains to be had.

4 Great Places for Free Job Training

on October 2, 2009

Unemployment is now the highest since June, 1983. Now, more than ever, Americans need as many tools as possible to land a new job. If you’re out of work, you’re certainly not alone. But now might be a good time to enhance your future career choices by getting job training. And depending on your situation, you might find it free.

How to Find a Vet

on September 24, 2009

Finding the best vet for the right price isn’t easy, but it is important.

Way to Save #66: Check Out HMOs

on September 23, 2009

HMOs are normally the cheapest way to get health coverage. In the world of health, choosing your own doctors is an expensive alternative, so if you’re willing to let your insurance company make that choice, an HMO will be cheaper.

Debit or Credit?

on September 23, 2009

The question used to be “paper or plastic?”. Now the question is “debit or credit?”.

Getting Out of a Car Lease

on September 22, 2009

How to get out of a car lease… it’s not as difficult as you might think.

The Mortgage That Pays You

on September 21, 2009

A reverse mortgage is a mortgage that pays you, instead of the other way around.

Prepaid Credit Cards Costly

on September 14, 2009

Prepaid credit cards are convenient, but high fees make them a costly choice.

Get More Sleep on the Cheap

on September 14, 2009

Get more sleep without spending a bunch of money.

Way to Save #55: Avoid Children’s Life Insurance

on September 12, 2009

The purpose of life insurance is to replace the earnings of a key breadwinner in the event of untimely death. While the death of a child is certainly a tragedy, it’s rarely a financial calamity. There are better investments you can make for a child.

Recession Sends Illegals Packing

on September 10, 2009

The number of undocumented workers in this country has dropped by millions over the last couple of years. Is because of enforcement, or is it because of debt?

Borrowing Without Bankers
Borrowing Without Bankers

on September 10, 2009

Websites like Prosper.com allow you to skip the bank and get a loan from an individual willing to lend.

Rip-Off HDMI Cables?
Rip-Off HDMI Cables?

on September 8, 2009

What’s the difference between $50 HDMI cables and $5 ones? … The price.

Mortgage Meltdown: The Risks of Walking Away

on September 8, 2009

Can you simply walk away from an upside down mortgage, when you owe more than your house is worth?

5 Words Insurance Companies Hate

on September 2, 2009

Using the wrong words could delay or even have an insurance claim tossed out.

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