Category: Money-saving Tips

  • 5 Ways to Save Money on Spring Break

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    Spring is coming, so is the spring break. But if your budget is tight, you might be thinking that you have to skip the sun and fun and stay closer to home. Not so fast. With a little creative thinking, tech savvy and a few insider secrets, you just might be able to have the […]

  • 14 Savings Hacks That Don’t Always Work

    14 Savings Hacks That Don’t Always Work

    Want to save money but find you paid more – or, wasted a bunch of time? Maybe you misread the terms on a coupon, signed up for a fake or deceptive promotion, or just made a poor decision. Either way, it’s frustrating when you discover your money-saving efforts weren’t worth it, or that you were […]

  • The 3 Best Categories for Boosting Your Home’s Value Without Going Broke

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    There are many people for people to make home improvements. But most of the time they’re either a necessity (maybe a roof repair), something for personal enjoyment, or intended to increase a home’s market value. In fact, about 53% of adults in the U.S. have completed a home improvement project within the last year. Whether […]

  • 4 Simple Savings Strategies for Extra Wedding Cash

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    As you begin the wedding, it will cost you hundred of dollars. Even the most budget-savvy brides will agree, you can never have too much cash when it comes to wedding spending. With these four every day savings tips you can pad your wallets and add to your wedding budget without feeling the pain. We […]

  • 10 Smart Ways to Save Money When Planning Your Wedding

    10 Smart Ways to Save Money When Planning Your Wedding

    Your wedding should be the happiest day of your life. But, it maybe the most expensive day of your life—but it doesn’t have to be. Most couples want to their wedding to be unique; however, most have the same elements in common. To throw a successful wedding you will need a place for the ceremony and reception; food, drink, […]

  • 7 Money-Saving Party Hacks That Won’t Sacrifice Class

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    Many people would like to host a party to express hospitality to friends and family, but the expense can also be a strain on the budget. The concern with trying to throw a party on the cheap is that it will end up looking or feeling just as cheap. So how do you pull off […]

  • Only 30 Years to Go. Will Millennials Be Ready for Retirement? The oldest members of the millennial generation turned 35 this year. That means those who want leave the workforce at the traditional retirement age of 65 have 30 years left to prepare for retirement. That may seem like a lot of time, but some millennials might need to meet their retirement goals sooner. According […]

  • Plan a New Year’s Celebration Without Breaking the Bank The end of the year is approaching and that means that many among us are planning to host a New Year’s Eve party of some kind. The challenge is that hosting a New Year’s Eve party can wind up being quite expensive. If you end up having a lot of food, providing beverages for […]

  • The Best After-Christmas Sales Expected for 2016 After the end of a taxing holiday shopping season, you may never want to step foot in a mall, stand in a checkout line or type out your billing address again. But don’t swear off shopping just yet. If you tuck away your wallet, you’ll miss your chance to shop some sensational post-Christmas sales. […]

  • How to Recover From Your Holiday Spending Spree Christmas can’t come quickly enough for some people’s bank accounts. Between teacher gifts, hostess presents and last-minute additions to the holiday menu, you may find your already stretched budget is bursting at the seams. While overspending is never ideal, shoppers who go overboard are in good company. James Capolongo, head of consumer deposit products […]