Taking care of basic household maintenance yourself is a good way to save some cash, but you surely can't be expected to know how to do it all! Luckily these blogs feature helpful tips about things like auto maintenance and house cleaning along with lists of alternative uses for everyday items like cardboard or baking soda. Learn how to shop smart for everything and save the most.
August 30, 2010 | Add a Comment
Just when you think it's smooth sailing through your college years, you learn about these things called expenses. Mom and Dad have paid for them until now, and may still dish out for them while you're a student. Things like gas, clothing, rent, food, and luxuries (or those things you formerly bought with your allowance) now suck up every available buck.Read More
August 2, 2010 | Add a Comment
Americans have long struggled with credit card debt and current numbers agree. Nearly 56 percent of Americans carry a monthly unpaid balance. The latest round of government regulations meant to control hidden fees takes effect August 22, but credit card companies will continue to imagine new ways to make money.Read More
July 30, 2010 | Add a Comment
Finding the right digital camera for your needs can be a challenge. How many megapixels do I need? How much zoom should I get? What about storage? Here are 8 tips that should make the task of finding the right digital camera much easier.Read More
July 19, 2010 | Add a Comment
Several years ago I interviewed a prospective intern who showed up in a top cut so low I could practically see her navel. She slouched into the room, mumbled throughout our little chat, and couldn't remember why she had applied for the job.Read More
July 7, 2010 | Add a Comment
Planning for retirement isn't a game of hokey pokey. You don't have to put your whole foot in or your whole foot out. Here are five instances in which finding the middle ground may be the wisest decision for your situation.Read More
June 21, 2010 | Add a Comment
Bumper stickers tell the world about our political leanings, what bands we love, and and how well our kids are doing in school. Removing those suckers is a nasty job, however, when our band flops, politician goes rogue or child flunks out of school.Read More
June 10, 2010 | 1 Comment
Stroll through the aisles of your local toy store and your wallet will whimper. You may take comfort in knowing these shiny plastic things have been tested five ways from Sunday by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, but you're paying quite a bit extra for it.Read More
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