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
Everyone wants to make this time of year special, but on a budget it’s difficult to do something more romantic than dinner and a movie. If only you knew someone that could come up with some good ideas for you… Oh, wait! You do! Here are some things to consider before compromising your budget, even if they may be worth it. These are red hot classics. … Continue reading Don’t Go Breaking My Bank: 8 Valentine Dates for College Kids
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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One of the biggest moderators of our stress during the holidays is our finances. For good reason. We’ve compiled a guide of tips and tricks for you to apply to lessen the blow. Continue reading Twelve Ways to Save Through the Holidays
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
When you are just joining the workforce, your retirement fund might not be your first priority. Especially if you aren’t really sure what a 401(k) actually is. This article might be a helpful first step to figuring out what your options are! Continue reading A 20-something’s guide to the 401(k)
Does it pain you to spend hundreds of dollars on textbooks each semester when you know that you won’t need them after finals and you can only sell them back to the bookstore for pennies on the dollar? Trying to sell your used textbooks can be difficult, especially if they aren’t in the best shape after a long semester of all-nighters (stains, rips, marks, etc.). … Continue reading Selling Back Your Textbooks