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Save Thousands on Food

The list of essential needs for human survival is very short, and on that list is breathable air, water, food and sleep.  Today we’re going to talk about food.  It gives us the energy and nutrients to grow and develop, be healthy and active, to move, work, play, think...

Got Yourself Into Tax Debt?

If you’re like most people, a letter from the IRS is a nerve-wracking experience, particularly when you find out you owe back taxes. While the initial notice can be upsetting, finding out more about tax debt and how it works can set your mind at ease. What is Tax...

5 Steps to Knock Down Your Debt in 2018

From gifts to expensive holiday travel, the money you end up paying out over the holiday season can add up fast. For many of us, this means turning to credit cards or loans to cover any shortfall. When the holiday festivities end, though, those debts will begin to...

How To Get Compensated After A Work-Related Injury

Some jobs are inherently dangerous: for example if you work in construction, manufacturing, mining, utility repairs, or any profession that uses heavy machinery or sharp tools. However, after any work-related injury, you are entitled to compensation. Getting...

How To Turn Your Mediocre Home Into Extra Income

Need an easy way to make a great side income? And by great, I mean $500-$1500 a month—more than your income from online surveys and credit card points combined. AirBNB is a website (and an app!) that makes it ridiculously easy to rent out your home, and still ensure...

Save SERIOUS Cash On Everyday Necessities

Think you’ve got a talent for saving money? You may be good at getting clothes, accessories, home repairs, and your cellphone service at great prices, but one area where most people don’t even try to save money is in the basic grocery shopping they do at least once a...

What Are Your Odds Of Winning Big?

If you thought this headline referred to your fantasy football team’s chances, or the #1 spot at your next singing competition, your odds are actually much better than what I’m talking about: lotteries. Lotteries have been called both a “tax on the poor” and in...

From Closet To Wallet: The Inside Scoop On Consignment Stores

If you’ve finally gotten around to cleaning out your closets, you might be wondering how you’re going to make the leap and start selling all that old stuff for cash. If the idea of selling your stuff online makes you cringe, or worse, procrastinate, there is a more...

$500 Holiday Savings Challenge

The holidays are upon us, and even with Thanksgiving still two weeks away, shoppers are gearing up to face crowded stores, long lines, and consumer frenzy as days count down. PwC predicts that this year, the average American will spend $1,189 on the holidays....

How to Save Money on Prescription Medication

If you regularly take prescription medications to stay healthy or minimize the symptoms of a disease, you may be worried about the extra expense of buying those medications every month. Government benefits like Medicaid, CHIP, and Medicare Part D can help keep costs...

The American Phenomenon of Class Action Lawsuits

You may have heard that the American people love to sue each other. Until recently, this was true for a big reason – the large amount of time, money, and effort it takes to endure legal proceedings makes it so that any defendant would want to make a quick payment...

Top Five Degree & Certificate Programs That Won’t Break The Bank

[tps_header]Getting a degree can empty out your bank account and leave you struggling to pay off student debt for years. According to the College Board, it costs on average $23,000-$$33,000 to attend a private college, or public college from out of state. It costs...