If we want to feel more secure and better able to handle any political turbulence, we must look to our ancestors and practice self-sufficiency again.
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Republic Wireless just announced that they are releasing 7 new phones, a new network partner and new calling plans. Here is what you can expect these things to be live.
It can be hard to get motivated to start saving for your financial future. Here are 4 ways to make saving and investing automatic and easy.
Do you still buy items on clearance and stock up or do you take an as-needed approach? Here’s why I try to avoid stocking up on deals.
Snagshout helps you buy products on Amazon for up to 90% off, or more. All you have to do in return is leave a review of the product. Here’s how it works
I saved almost 30% off a car rental by using a service that automates the process of finding the best prices, discounts and coupon codes. Here’s how to save.
While Halloween is nowhere near as expensive as Christmas it can still be an expensive holiday. Here’s how to cut those scary Halloween costs.
Our country has a looming retirement crisis. What can you do to ensure that you have enough saved, and your own retirement is secure?
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Swagbucks just celebrated their seventh birthday, and many people are just learning about this company that helps you earn free gift cards and prizes.
Swagbucks is a free online rewards program where you can earn gift cards, prizes and other rewards just for searching, filling our surveys and other easy activities. Here’s how to get started.
Digit.co is an automated, online, free and FDIC insured savings account that helps you to save money, without even realizing. Savings just happen automatically!
You have likely heard of Steve and Annette Economides, otherwise fondly referred to as America’s Cheapest Family. The Economides raised five children while living on Steve’s modest income alone, and they did it without debt (save for a mortgage that they paid off within 11 years). The Economides have written three books: America’s Cheapest Family […]