Fresh flowers are beautiful, but they are costly considering some die within days. The 4 questions you need to ask the florist to make sure you are not disappointed with the flowers.
Healthcare costs are skyrocketing making it tough for families to pay their bills. Here are 5 quick ways to reduce your family’s medical bills.
In the middle of the winter, there are many reasons to get out of the house and shop. In February, there are Valentine’s Day and President’s Day sales plus Super Bowl deals.
Vacation rentals are great for families who need more space than a hotel room provides. However, it’s easier to get ripped off with a vacation rental than a hotel. Here are 3 ways to avoid a vacation rental ripoff.
Tax season doesn’t excite many people other than the accountants and tax preparers making money off taxpayers. It’s expensive to file taxes, but it doesn’t have to be. The FREE way to file your taxes. It really does work!
Airlines are charging more for checked bags, but losing fewer. Travelers still need to prepare for a lost baggage claim. The five-second step you need to take before you leave home for the airport.
Tax season starts in one week, on January 23, 2017. However, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) warns of refund check delays.
Chip cards arrived in 2016, but it’s unbelievable how many retailers still don’t have chip card readers. Card companies advertise this new technology as the latest breakthrough in security, yet, the rollout is slow. Plus, checkout is slow with EMV chip cards. The chip card changes shoppers should expect this year.
With one full week left to finish holiday shopping, retailers are making one last push to online shoppers. More than 1,000 retailers are offering free shipping with guaranteed delivery by Christmas Eve. On top of free shipping, expect bonus deals.
“Money doesn’t grow on trees” is heard in households all the time when kids beg for toys or treats they don’t need. Children don’t understand the concept of money. It’s our responsibility as adults to teach them the difference between “wants” and “needs”. Saving should begin as a child.