Submitted by Jason Hill on December 30th, 2016
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Submitted by Jason Hill on November 15th, 2016
Saving Money on International Phone Plans
Submitted by Jason Hill on October 18th, 2016
Looking for a cool trip, but don’t want to spend too much? These cities make it easy to stick to your budget without missing out.
1. Budapest, Hungary
Currency: Hungarian Forint (1 Forint = $0.0035 USD)
Main Attractions: Budapest is known for being a “spa city,” so be sure to take advantage of the natural thermal baths.
What started with Birchbox has expanded into an empire of monthly “box” services—some category of products mailed to your door every month in exchange for a monthly subscription fee. These range from programs sending out razors, to fine wines, to not-so-fine wines, to old comic book paraphernalia, so there’s truly something for everyone.
Submitted by Jason Hill on September 23rd, 2016
Submitted by Jason Hill on May 11th, 2016
Summer is over, and football season is upon us. That means it’s time to set up your fantasy league, secure the best spot on the couch, and start watching—and then it’s time to manage your finances. It might not seem like a logical part of the list, but if you can follow the rules of football, you can follow these tips to improve your financial health today.
Submitted by Jason Hill on May 4th, 2016
Breaking News: Being an underemployed, loafer-sporting middle aged woman is no longer a prerequisite for using coupons.
Submitted by Jason Hill on April 18th, 2016
Step 1: Keep Track of Expenses
Submitted by Jason Hill on April 13th, 2016
Groceries are a necessity, and food shopping is an inevitable expense for all of us. It’s never the most exciting part of your day (or maybe it is, but in that case you might want to seriously reconsider some of your life choices), but it can be a great opportunity to save money without making any big sacrifices.
Submitted by Jason Hill on April 6th, 2016
Once upon a time Netflix was a small company that (barely) made money off of mailing DVDs to customers’ homes. Today, Netflix is measured to be worth $32.9 billion, and it’s become a somewhat necessary service, an acceptable social activity, and even its own verb (“Netflix and Chill”). But is Netflix worth your money?
It is no secret that everyone has trouble saving money. However, no matter how thin your budget is, anyone can save a bit of money that can start building up into that new car or house you always wanted. Here are five tips on how to get started.
1. Open a Savings Account Immediately
To most, it is much easier to earn money than to save money.