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Thanks, Teachers! 25 Educator Discounts To Help You Get Back-To-School

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

TweetThere are few more formative, supportive, creative, and direct influences in our lives than teachers. For anyone who has sat behind a desk in a classroom, we are forever indebted to our educators and thankful for their often thankless efforts. There is little that we can actually do to say “thank you” to most of [...]

2012 Tax Day Freebies!

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

TweetIt’s almost here. Tax Day 2012. Are you ready for April 17? If you are still frantically trying to wrap up your financials for 2012, check out 6 tools that can help you without costing you your entire 2012 tax return. Whether you’re still finishing up your taxes, or you’ve been done since February and [...]

Getting Ready for Tax Day: 6 Tax Prep Tools

Monday, April 2nd, 2012

TweetIs there any bigger headache than Tax Day? Way back in the Napster era, I made myself a mix tape to keep my spirits up while working on my taxes. I called it “Happy Tax Day Music”. Back then, you had to go to the post office to pick up tax forms, which you completed [...]

10 of Your Favorite Money-Saving Blog Posts of 2011

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

TweetThe end-of-year trend for many years now has been to post top ten lists looking back on the year in review. And as 2011 draws to a close, Brad’s Deals is happy to continue this fine annual tradition! It’s been a great year for the Brad’s Deals Coupons and Deals Blog, with tons of interesting [...]

End-of-Summer Travel on a Budget

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

Believe it or not, August is a great month to plan an end-of-summer vacation. Since most travel is done early- to mid-summer, you can save money by planning an a trip later in the year, and by following some money-saving tips

10 Ways To Maximize Your Tax Return

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

TweetAs Tax Day quickly approaches, we at Brad’s Deals are scrambling to ensure no money is left on our table – or yours. Whether you’re concerned about how much you’ll owe, or just want to keep from overpaying, check out these 10 big deductions many people forget to claim: 1. Charitable Non-Cash Contributions Donated items [...]

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