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You could really use a new dishwasher, and your daughter is dying for a pair of pearl earrings for Christmas. Unfortunately, you don’t have the funds to make two big purchases this fall. Or do you?
Layaway plans have been making a … Read More
How does this e-tailer win us over? By becoming our default. According to Dan Ariely in Wired, we would rather shop at a place that has our address and credit card information on file than at one where we’d have to enter this … Read More
These days, nearly every major airline will offer you extra legroom or entrance to their V.I.P. lounge — if you’re willing to pay for it. As part of a growing trend, some airlines have begun offering economy passengers the option to … Read More
We all hear about it when a celebrity has a big, expensive, headline-making money mistake. But what’s the takeaway for the Average Joe?
Why hire a party planner or wedding coordinator when you can spend $75 to $200 for software and do it yourself? Here are just a few good packages.
Your local home center is always eager to sell you the latest “labor-saving” device for lawn and garden maintenance. But few inventions in human history are as useless and obnoxious as the leaf blower.
Is a $499 iPad a bargain compared to one that costs $500? Not exactly. But retailers have long priced products just below a round number because, psychologically, $499 feels more like a deal than $500, even if the difference is only $1.
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Starting October 15, here’s what you should do to get your perfect coverage.
Know what to look for when you take a new car-to-be out for a spin.
1. How does it look?
Before getting behind the wheel, give the car a comprehensive once over. Are there even gaps around the hood, fenders, and doors? If … Read More
Eating healthy doesn’t mean you need to break the bank. Here are tips on how to make your healthy foods go far.
Buy in-season. Modern technology allows us to grow crops in climates and at times they naturally would not thrive. However… Read More
According to Forbes, saving for your child’s college tuition may not be the wisest idea. Here’s why.
1. Ghosts in the Night
There are three relatively easy and cheap ways to make ghosts. White plastic garbage bags can be opened, a ball of wadded up newspaper stuffed into the head area, then a rubber band used to secure the neck. You … Read More
If you thought you were covered health insurance-wise once you hit 65, think again. An Original Medicare policy, the basic policy everyone 65 and older is entitled to, typically covers just 64 percent of your annual health-care costs.
Most people don’t think twice about bargaining for a new car. But when it comes to long-term care for a relative, skimping on Mom or Grandpa strikes some as unseemly. It makes sense to wheel and deal. According to the latest John … Read More
Great deals and ways to save on college, computer software, pet prescriptions — and even legal advice! Check out these easy ways to boost your budget.
Ah, the automated call center, where the wait is long, the frustration high, and the recorded music cheesy. Here’s how to dial S for satisfaction.