Budgeting Moneyhub– Bring your money to life with the ultimate money management app Money Dashboard–Money Dashboard helps you save money, budget more effectively, and make better financial decisions. Use it to keep track of your spending across your current, credit card and savings accounts, no matter who you bank with, and start making daily savings by understanding where all your money goes each month BillTracker–From the … Continue reading These Apps a Day Keep That Debt Away
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 I
Summertime means sunshine, laughter and good times with good people. Often these good times include going out to eat with friends and family. No one wants to miss out on a good meal, but dining out can get pricey if you’re not taking the right steps to stay on budget when you’re out with the gang. Below is some money saving advice that will help … Continue reading How to Save on Dining This Summer
We all know that feeling of being totally broke after spending big on a summer vacation. Most people splurge while on summer vacations but you don’t have to spend big to enjoy the fun of an all-out summer escape. Here are five money-saving tips for your big trip that will leave you feeling financially happy when you return home. Be flexible with transportation options. Flight … Continue reading Five Ways to Save on Vacation
Here’s a quick tip to save some money on groceries, though it may cost you in other ways. Buying food in prepared or ready-to-eat packages is often really expensive! Instead, try buying fresh foods. As an example, carrots in pre-washed, pre-cut, and ready-to-eat form are MUCH more expensive than the bag of regular carrots. Buying flavored oatmeal (including sugar and spices) is much more expensive … Continue reading Here is a Quick Tip on How to Save Money on Groceries
Are you hooked on daily deals from websites like Groupon or LivingSocial? A recent study announced that almost 50% of consumers subscribe a daily deals website. Between 2010 and 2011, these sites had a revenue growth of 40%! But despite their success, it is important for us as consumers to be wary when making purchases. It may always seem like a good deal because of … Continue reading Dealing with Daily Deals
Last week we began discussing National Nutrition Month, and simple measures you can take at home to begin eating healthier. Taking these steps can help save you money, but why stop there? Continuing the month’s theme of eating more nutritious for less, we found these great savings at Healthy Holistic Living to help jump start more nutritious habits! They have great links to sites that … Continue reading Nutritious Savings!
As we have already discussed, coupons are an easy, convenient way to save money. Since we already know the benefits that come with coupons, now here is a great tip for how to find them! Most stores are offering coupons for savvy shoppers who know where to find them. So you may ask, “Where should I search?” The answer is simple. All you have to … Continue reading A Simple Way to Save
As spring approaches us, there are many smart buys ahead. For example, the Month of March is National Frozen Food Month. Look for discounts and coupons offered on many frozen food items. Visit http://www.nfraweb.org/promotions/ for more information on National Frozen Food Month. There are many links posted such as easy home meals and even a sweepstakes. Also, remember to take advantage of coupons on all … Continue reading Savings in the Month of March
Consider these simple steps when starting your holiday shopping and save money!
- Buy in bulk. Instead of buying lots of expensive gift bags, buy a set of 10 or 20 plain, colored paper bags and save money! For wrapping paper, try to find deals like buy one roll of paper and get another free! Also, reusing bags is always a great option. Continue reading “Saving Money during the Holidays”