My first time leasing a car was a bad experience, although I learned valuable lessons that helped me when it came time to lease again. Don’t make the same mistakes I did. If you’re considering leasing a car, take a look at the pointers I have before you make any decisions.
If you’re still clipping coupons, stop! Couponing is yet another thing that can be done more easily online. New money-saving websites are popping up left and right, and savvy shoppers are still figuring out which ones offer the best deals. Here’s a look at some of the most popular coupon sites and how they work.
Owning a car does a number on your wallet, it is a fact of life. The car itself was several thousand and took years to pay off. On top of that you are spending well over $100 to fill up your tank each month. Need a repair? That will be another $400 or so. And then you’ve got your insurance, which is another $150+ every month. That all adds up to a huge expense. Sure, cutting down on driving will save you a little each month, but in order to save big you need to take a look at your car insurance.
With two weeks to go, are you and your friends still deciding how you’re going to spend Halloween this year? Here’s a thought: Why not take matters into your own hands and host a party? Entertaining people is a great way to bring together friends and family to have fun and celebrate an occasion. Don’t let the task of being a host or hostess intimidate you! If done right, throwing a party doesn’t mean you have to spend a lot of time or money. There are tricks and tips available to make your experience affordable and easy.
Whether you absolutely dread it or consider it a source of therapy, shopping is a part of life. We continuously shop for groceries, basic amenities and big purchases, so being aware of good shopping tactics is important. Learning about good habits helps rid us of our bad ones so we can take a big step towards managing our finances responsibly.
There are a lot of choices to make when renting a vacation home. But don’t fret – there are plenty of helpful resources available that make finding your ideal vacation property a breeze.
Are you a tech-savvy personal finance fan who’d like nothing more than to get rid of cash and checks? Read on. I’ll examine the most common instances of where money would need to change hands, and what your options are for going cash/checkless. From easiest to most difficult.
Apple released iOS 7 last week, and a major part of the update is the new iTunes Radio feature, comparable to apps like Pandora and Spotify. How exactly does it live up to its competitors? What sets these apps apart, and which one fits your musical needs the best? Let’s take a look.
A lot of people waste money buying wine that either isn’t good or doesn’t suit their tastes because they don’t know how to select the right bottle. I am experienced with wine from a few years in the business and taking advantage of summer and winter vacations (with wine, of course). If you’re looking for a way to choose wine right now, look no further; here’s what you need to know.
Across the country, people are being targeted by scammers who advertise rental homes that either do not exist or aren’t available – only to find out when it’s too late. We’ll share some common rental scam tactics, red flags to keep an eye out for and ways you can protect yourself from being a victim.