You might already be salivating over leaked Black Friday mailers showcasing discounts upwards of 50 percent off retail prices., but before mentally committing to a shopping spree, it’s important to ask yourself the question: Have I saved enough money for Black Friday?
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Thanksgiving is nearly upon us, which means it’s time to enjoy the three F’s: Football, family and food! If you are in charge of preparing some good eats this year, but are working with a smaller budget than you’d like, you are not alone.
As we head into the holiday season, Americans are scrambling to book a cheap flight before 2014 comes to a close. Whether you’re traveling across country to visit the parents, or rounding up the little ones en masse for a holiday reunion this season, there are many money-saving tips for those traveling on a budget.
These days, it often seems unnecessary to carry cash or even your checkbook, as credit cards are accepted just about everywhere. Though you might not realize it, however, paying with plastic can cost you.
Are you having a hard time reaching your financial goals? Do you feel like there’s never anything left to save? You could be making money mistakes in your everyday life without even knowing it.
You might be expecting to find holiday-related sales and deals — and you’re right. However, there are a few items that go on sale during November you probably wouldn’t expect, so get ahead on your 2015 budget by finding out how you can save on certain purchases this month.
As you gear up to find a home and prepare for the home-buying process, you might already have a list of questions to ask a real estate agent to make sure you’re getting the best deal. But you also shouldn’t forget to pose hard-hitting questions to others, too, from the previous homeowners to the neighbors, and even yourself.
Here are a few things you can do to save money — but really irk your teller.
With more than 13 million victims in 2013, identity theft is the fastest-growing crime in the country. Unfortunately, there are many common myths that keep consumers from properly protecting themselves against identity theft. We’re here to bust those myths and shine light on the truth.
With the chill of winter already in the air, it’s time to stock up on food items and other kitchen essentials for the cold months ahead. You don’t want to be caught short, like old Mother Hubbard, with her proverbially bare cupboard.