While financial gurus advocate cutting your expenses and not having a life for years until the debt is paid off, this couple took a different approach.
While these extreme ways to save money aren’t for everyone, if you embrace them, they can save you thousands, even tens of thousands, of dollars.
Do your property taxes cover fire and rescue services, or do you have to pay out of pocket for those services as a subscription? Here’s how to find out.
Have you ever thought how much money you waste simply because you haven’t planned ahead? Here’s how planning ahead can save you money.
Christmas time is one of the most expensive times of the year, but you can start planning now so that you have the cash upfront when the holiday arrives.
Did your home inspector find most of the issues with your home, or did your home inspection leave you seeing red (financially) as ours did?
Did you save intensely before you had children, or do you find yourself facing sticker shock? Here are some financial things to consider before having children.
How many times a week do you find yourself dining out? How do you combat the desire to eat out more frequently?
I hold the view that If your child wants to delay entry to college or take a break after enrolling, let him. Here’s why it may be a good idea.
The kid in me still enjoys the freedom and relaxed mood of summer. Here are some of our favorite free or low cost activities to do in the summer.
The older kids get, the more expensive they become. How can you handle the increased financial pressure that comes with tweens and teens?
Dealspotr offers you the opportunity to save money on your purchases and to make money, especially if you love finding and sharing deals.
What steps do you take to make filing your taxes easier for the next year? Here’s 5 steps we plan to take this year to make next tax season easier.
Fifty percent of baby boomers have $100,000 or less saved for retirement. Here are some ways to make the retirement savings stretch.