What are some things you can do to save when you’re shopping around to find appliances for your home? Here are some tips and tricks to get the best deal.
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The sandwich generation is comprised of people between the age of 30 and 60 who have children and also care for their elderly parents. What can they do to stay ahead?
Now more than ever, it’s easy to find things that are free or deeply discounted. The problem is snagging the deal may often have unintended costs.
Earlier this year we started looking to find ways that we could cut our regular monthly bills, and one place we found to cut was our home and mobile phone costs. So how have our cheaper alternatives been working?
Take a look at the 401k your employer offers. Is it inadequate? If so, you may want to consider opening a self-directed retirement account.
Selling your home can be quite the undertaking, but with a bit of hard work you can end up with thousands more in your pocket. Here’s a list of things to consider doing when getting ready to sell.
Making giving an every day part of our lives has the potential to change lives, not only those who we are giving to, but our own lives as well.
The middle class is really almost no different than the low income because they don’t own anything. Are you living a low income life because of your debt burden?
With its cash back rewards, balance transfer offers and no annual or overlimit fees, Discover has a solid credit card offering. Here’s a review.
After World War II, the United States was in a place of tumult. Despite a courageous victory over the Axis powers overseas, the nation was still suffering from all sorts of problems at home. One of the largest of these dilemmas was the presence of poliomyelitis, commonly known as polio. In the early 1950s, the […]
Are you determined not to spend money attending events that you aren’t really interested in that can be quite expensive? You may be a refusenik.
Researchers estimate that as many as 50% of U.S. household have credit card debt. Here are 4 tips for getting out of debt.
If having a small emergency fund of $1,000 or even $3,000 makes you nervous, keep in mind that you probably have much more money available to you than you think.
This past week Google stepped up to the plate and bought a minority interest in Lending Club, stating that “Lending Club is using the Internet to reshape the financial system and profoundly transform the way people think of credit and investment”,