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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.
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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.
Be brighter! Energy-efficient bulbs have revolutionized lighting, but there are other simple ways to reduce both your lighting use and costs.
Try these quick fixes to save money and conserve energy.
The National Retail Federation says parents will spend an average of just over $600 this year on back-to-school shopping. (Last year’s spending averaged about $3 higher.) But there are lots of ways to save on back-to-school item, and … Read More
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When you gotta go, you gotta go. But where? Frequent travelers and parents with young kids alike will give thanks for this app that uses your current location to find the closest public restrooms. Each listing … Read More
Have the recent stock market fluctuations shaken you up? Here are some tips for holding on to what you have and building for the future.
1. Create a budget (and stick to it).
The first step is to figure out how much money you have to spend each month, between your family contribution, savings, earnings from a part-time job, and loans or grants. Then figure out how much you… Read More
Check out these deals so that you can be a smart shopper.
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These colleges are lower in cost, student centered, led by idealists, and have good core values.
Are Ivy League schools really worth the price?
Here are a few common errors that you can steer clear of.