Ahh, Target! How do you walk in the door for deodorant and cat food and leave $150 later? Impulse purchases rarely fit into your overall financial plan. Say “no thanks” to impulse displays and put your money to better use.
Cable is on the chopping block of every frugal budgeter out there. But for a lot of us, the enjoyment we get from cable is worth the cost. However, that doesn’t mean we should pay more than necessary. Your cable bill is often up for negotiation…you just need to know what to say.
Getting divorced is hard on your finances, but if you haven’t been married long and the split is (relatively) amiable, you don’t have to spend thousands at an attorney’s office to get a legal divorce. Here, how to get divorced cheap.
The iPhone 6 and Galaxy S5 are amazing gadgets, and the urge to upgrade takes over. Sometimes, knowing you don’t NEED it isn’t enough. Before you buy, ask yourself these questions instead. They may make you much happier with your decision to hang onto that old phone a little longer.
Quicken 2015 for Mac launched last month. This is solid software for managing your money, but doesn’t yet offer all the features longtime Quicken users might expect. Our review can help you decide whether to invest in Quicken or stick with less costly options for tracking your finances.
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