5 Ways to Pay Off Your House Early

September 24, 2013

Paying off your house is probably something that you’d love to do but like many of us you don’t have the funds to make it happen. Today we’ll look at some ways that you can make a dent in the amount you owe on your home loan and pay off your house early. Paying it […]

How to Save Money on Your Cell Phone Bill with Ting

September 23, 2013

For many Americans a family cell phone plan is a necessity to keep in contact with the hectic schedules we all have. Johnny needs a cell phone to call his mom after practice so she remembers to come pick him up, while his dad needs it to stay in touch with the family when he’s […]

Where to Find the Best Exchange Rates

September 5, 2013

Stretching your horizons and visiting foreign lands is an enriching experience. Unfortunately not everyone takes U.S. dollars when you travel abroad, and even if they do you have to constantly be aware of the exchange rate they are giving you. It is almost always better to deal in the local currency than to take dollars […]

How to Save on Organic Food

September 3, 2013

Organic food used to be hard to find but has quickly grown in popularity. But do you have to rely on Whole Foods to open a store in your area to be able to get tasty food that isn’t laden with additives and chemicals? And when that happens how many credit cards do you need […]

4 Financial Perks of Traveling with Friends

August 30, 2013

Traveling is great. Being with friends is great. Why not combine the two and get the extra benefit of saving money? Granted, you can’t travel with just anyone. It has to be the right set of friends. Some people are nice to be with a day or two but any longer and things get a […]

Is Travel Insurance Worth It?

July 23, 2013

Traveling the country and seeing different cultures is a great thing – but there are significant costs involved. You don’t mind to spend the money assuming your trip goes well, but what happens when something goes wrong? Travel insurance can step in during difficult circumstances while you are traveling to help make things right or […]

Are All-Inclusive Resorts Worth It?

July 22, 2013

If you’re looking to take a nice vacation in the the Caribbean or Mexico you will inevitably come across some all-inclusive resorts as an option for your accommodations. Are these pricier options a better deal than staying at a normal hotel and paying for your meals? Or are you better off separating the two expenses […]

How to Wisely Invest Your Emergency Fund

July 8, 2013

Are you ready for a rainy day? The day when the roof leaks, the air conditioner goes out, or the transmission in your car finally dies you will need a pile of cash sitting around to pay for that emergency. Most financial pundits recommend 6 to 12 months of your expenses as an example of […]

How to Get Free Apps on Your iPhone Without Hidden Costs

June 26, 2013

Apple’s App Store has seen over 50 billion downloads since its inception. Some of those apps are paid, other iPhone apps are free with ads, and a minuscule amount are free without ads. Considering Apple gets a 30% cut of any paid app download they’ve made quite a bit of money thanks to the developers that publish those […]

Top 10 Ways to Beat Your Bills Big Time

June 21, 2013

Don’t let your bills get the best of you. You can save money, get a better deal, and still enjoy many of the things you enjoy in your daily life. Here are some tips on how to overcome your monthly bills. 10 Ways to Save on Monthly Costs 1. Don’t have bills. The easiest way […]

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