Is saving money hard to do? Well, yes it certainly can be when you're not motivated. One great way to achieve a goal is to have a visual reminder of the goal which can serve as a daily motivator. Today, we're going to look at some great ideas for money savings jars that may very well be the push you need to stash money away for that weekend getaway or whatever your heart desires. Unsure about what to save to for using a money savings jar? . . .
Are all college students broke? Not the ones implementing the tips and tricks found in these lists. Someone once said, "It's not how much money you make but how much you keep." Boy is that ever true regardless of what stage of life you're in. No doubt that money is often tight in college but that doesn't mean that you can't have fun or even splurge once in a while. These lists prove that you can save money in a big way if you know what . . .
Summer’s almost here and you’re committed to making more great memories with your family but you’re also committed to paying off financial debt. Don’t fret. Your family can still have a great summer. While searching for ways to fill our summer calendar we found loads of free and inexpensive ways to enjoy ourselves. Get out your planners people! Summer Movie Days Cinemark and Regal Cinema offer discount movie days. If history is any . . .
Are you counting the days for in-store Black Friday sales to be advertised this year? While shopping these deals can produce some gems, you could be missing out on an additional savings of up to 40% by shopping online if you’re not using Ebates.com. They’ve partnered with over 1,800 stores (including amazon.com) so there are plenty of shopping choices. This makes getting cash back from a store you normally shop highly likely and super . . .
School is back in session and Thanksgiving is not even here and I’m writing about Christmas? Well, yes and with good reason. Christmas will be here before you know it and if you haven’t set aside money for Christmas shopping you may find yourself going into debt this December when that’s totally unnecessary. Combine a handful of the suggestions in this article and you could have up to $500.00 for Christmas shopping. Let’s start padding that . . .