Uncategorized

Five money-saving tips for summer’s veteran and newbie road warriors

The summer road trip season is upon us. Already worried about the expenses piling up? Well, whether you’re traveling with friends or family to mountains, beaches, lakes, amusement parks, national parks or fancy resorts, rest assured there are ways to...
Read More

How the Latest Commercial Vehicle Parts Help Trucks Last Longer

When looking to purchase a truck, how do you choose between new and used? While new trucks have their advantages, so do used trucks. Before making any purchase it is best to do research online. Know your intended use for the vehicle and what features...
Read More

20+ Freebies for College Students

“This is the worst possible year to graduate from college in history.” I heard this exact same phrase back in 2002, then again in 2007, and yet again in 2009 as I completed my university studies in those years. Yet, I found that there was...
Read More

20 Cute and Frugal DIY Clothes You Can Make for Your Kids

We recently covered some inexpensive ways to update a woman’s wardrobe. Now? Well, it’s time for the kids to get in on the fun! These projects cover the spectrum of sewing abilities from novice to expert — and many of them even use clothing...
Read More

More Mystical Secrets Of Retail Price Codes

Last fall, we posted a handy cheat sheet to price tag codes that can tell you whether an item is on its first or last markdown, or even whether it’s on clearance or just plain on sale. Want to learn some more codes? Of course you do! You can also...
Read More

The Surprisingly Frugal Lifestyles of 12 Famous Superheroes

Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark are not just superheroes — they are major billionaires. They don’t need Verizon or AT&T to make phone calls. Heck, they can afford to launch their own satellite networks. Can you bat-hear me now? Good! Batman and...
Read More

5 Surprising Ways to Get Deals

All of our usual shopping haunts have data on our browsing and purchasing habits. While that can be disconcerting, we can use it to our advantage. Our shopping behaviors can reward us with cool stuff like coupon codes, discounts, free shipping, and bonus...
Read More

Best Money Tips: Money-Saving Ideas for New Parents

Welcome to Wise Bread’s Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on money-saving ideas for new parents, pet peeves of hiring managers, and using Pinterest to be more productive. Top 5 Articles 12 Money-Saving Ideas for New Parents...
Read More

Should You Be Paying Someone Else to Do These 7 Common Chores?

DIY has been getting a lot of good press lately as we all process the lessons of the Great Recession and get more in-touch with our self-reliant selves. But is DIY always the smartest way to go? Considering money saved versus potential money-earned and...
Read More

American Family Budget: Can I Reduce Our Bills?

It’s time for an audit. No need to panic. I don’t mean an IRS audit — believe me, those are a big pain. I know. I’ve been there. In this case I’d like a mock independent audit of our fixed monthly costs. As the family budget captain since the...
Read More