Author: Donna Freedman
The best time to start saving money? Ten years ago. The second-best time? Today. Use these tips to turn your finances around in 2014.
Sure, it’s just a few cents’ worth of food, if that. But we see no reason to waste it. Besides, it encourages culinary creativity.
The Target data breach should be a reminder: If your plastic gets lost, stolen or hacked, having another card can keep your life running smoothly.
There have been lots of changes since Pilgrim days. Among them: “Traditional” foods unknown in 1621, entertainment our ancestors couldn’t have imagined and free shipping on Gray Thursday.
It’s a bummer when you find you could have saved more. Cut through the “deal clutter” by letting others do the price checks, and avoid marketing tricks designed to make you overspend.
Gift cards bought on the secondary market are like 3 to 30 percent-off coupons that never expire. Here’s where to find the best deals.
If you’re an aunt or grandparent who always brings treats or small gifts to the children in your life, you may be unintentionally creating problems for the kids down the line.
So-called ‘friendly fraud’ makes up more than one-fifth of college identity crimes.
Avoid the high cost of holiday fun with ‘eek-o-friendly’ alternatives and other tactics that won’t bleed your budget dry.
As summer transitions into fall, these activities can make us feel better and don’t cost very much, if anything at all.
Many quick and easy foods you buy come with a high price for that convenience. It doesn’t have to be that way.