Your wireless carrier loves you deeply and they want you to know. That's why, if you try to break your contract with them, they'll charge you a fee of up to $350. It's just one of the many ways they show they care.
Do you ever find yourself overwhelmed by options? Maybe you're trying out mattresses, or looking for a new car, or maybe you just popped into your neighborhood ice cream shop for a cone. Whatever the situation, the more choices you have, the harder it can be to decide what to get.
Ever made the mistake of buying something from a sham website or retailer? Maybe you bought something online that never made it in the mail, or maybe it did come, but it wasn't what you ordered. How do you get your money back when the company you ordered from isn't being cooperative?
Times change quickly, and as a result, many of us are still holding onto (and paying for!) antiqued household items and services that we no longer need.
Making a budget is easy, but sticking with it? Not so simple.
Buying something for just a buck might seem too good to be true, but for the many dollar store deal-sniffers out there, it's a fact of life.
Here is a current list of our top five favorite credit card signup bonus offers. Consider all of of these to be “highly recommended.” If you’re new, I realize that it can be scary to apply for any credit card, much less many at the same time. Dip your toe in the water. It is worth it.
It's always been a goal of mine to never pay full price for anything, and unless I'm faced with an absolute emergency, I've found this is generally quite doable. Even if I manage to get just 10 percent off on a product or service, it's well worth it, as long as finding the discount doesn't take too much of an effort.
Keeping fuel in your tank--whether it's your car's gas tank or your family's rumbling tummies--is a major life expense for most people.
In my post-college years, I've reflected on my four years at school as my formative years because it forced me to learn how to live on a tight budget.