It’s Throwback Thursday! (or Throwback Tipsday) With Spring Break coming up we thought we’d share an oldie, but goodie post about tips for saving money on Spring Break that are still applicable today! https://moneytoolsforlife.wordpress.com/2012/03/ If you have any helpful tips that you think we have missed please feel free to share them in the comment section below! Continue reading #TBT
Thrift shopping can go one way or the other. Sifting through racks to find gold can be like hunting for lost treasure. Yet somewhere out there lies the perfect item for you, for cheap. How do you find it? This is what you should have been looking for beforehand.
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It’s striking that one in three Americans claim to keep a monthly budget but most people don’t know how much they spend on a single day. Now, some of us use mobile apps for budgeting, but for those who don’t, how much do you think you spend? Let’s go through a day in an average person’s shoes. Continue reading On an Average Day, What Do You Spend Money On?
We keep stressing the importance of saving during the holiday season, but we genuinely can’t stress it enough. This time of year is always the most chaotic on our budgets. Here at The EDSA Group, we’ve put together a few holiday hacks that are easy to do, and ingenious to use! Continue reading Five Holiday Hacks To Do This December
We hope you didn’t spend all your movie money on Thanksgiving, because boy are there some great movies coming out this month! Here’s a rundown on what you should expect to maximize that bang for your buck. Continue reading Quick: Save Up for the Movies this Month
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
A scary statistic has been recently released by the Urban Institute after they studied and analyzed the credit files of 7 million Americans; more than one third of Americans have debt in collections. Having debt in collections means that the debt an individual owes is so far past due that the account has been closed, placed in collections, and reported to the credit bureau. What … Continue reading What Debt Delinquency Could Mean For You
The summer fitness craze is in full swing. Whether you’re trying to keep up your beach body, or maybe just wanting to wow classmates in the fall, classes, active wear, and equipment can get very pricey very quickly. Follow these simple tips to keep your wallet as healthy as you are. Look out for free classes offered by sporting goods and athletic clothing stores. Many … Continue reading Saving on Summer Fitness Trends
August is coming up fast. Are you ready for the new school year? Whether you’re a college student buying textbooks and sweatpants for class or a parent shopping for your children, there are many ways to save on this year’s back-to-school list. Here are some steps you can take to get the most out of your shopping experience. Take inventory of what you already have. … Continue reading Back to School Saving
Monday, July 21st is National Get Out of the Doghouse Day and while you may not be in trouble with your boyfriend or girlfriend, your checkbook may not be too happy with you. Studies conducted by Brown University show that life choices are contagious, and that includes unhealthy financial habits. Compiled are some tips for ending those bad habits and forming better ones to replace … Continue reading National Get Out of the Doghouse Day