Mistakes Exploited by Cyber Criminals on Cyber Monday: Part II

A decade ago, the term Cyber Monday was conceived by the National Retail Federation to bolster sales even after the Thanksgiving weekend, and to create an online shopping equivalent to Black Friday. They implemented their concept by partnering with the media to couple the catchy phrase Cyber Monday with sales and promotions advertisements. Since then, it’s taken off. Last year, $2.68 billion were spent on Cyber Monday. That’s well … Continue reading Mistakes Exploited by Cyber Criminals on Cyber Monday: Part II

Money Leftovers Are Nice Too

The average Thanksgiving dinner is right under $50, but it’s still nice to hold on to a few presidents instead of stale stuffing. These are some good tips for keeping in mind as you plan for Thanksgiving, and really, any other dinner party in the future. Plan your Thanksgiving dinner on Saturday night. Crazy, I know, but then you could take advantage of all of … Continue reading Money Leftovers Are Nice Too

The (Tur) Keys to Money Gobbles This Thanksgiving

Before we can even put a bite of mom’s stuffing into our mouths, the cost of holidays indiscriminately chow down on our bank accounts; and believe me, they do not care to share. Between November 1st and December 16th, $52 million are spent annually on holiday shopping in the United States. An average family will spend at least $312 over the Thanksgiving weekend. Shoppers end up spending an … Continue reading The (Tur) Keys to Money Gobbles This Thanksgiving

How To: Thanksgiving on a Budget

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to spend with family and give back to your community, but the actual meal preparations can sometimes be a bit more expensive that you’re ready for. Luckily, in the Internet Age there’s a wealth of knowledge at your fingertips. There are articles and tips, recipes and more just waiting for you to utilize. Here you can find a full menu … Continue reading How To: Thanksgiving on a Budget