I avoided "Wish Lists" for a long time. Something about them seemed, well, wishy-washy. Many of my favorite online retailers placed an "Add To Wish List" button near every item I wanted, making me feel annoyed that anyone could possibly think I'd wait any longer to purchase my $44 turquoise teapot. I'd always click the "Purchase Now" button instead.
Following my last post on saving in department stores, I thought I'd let you in on three more insider secrets you should know.
There's a new phone service in town--Ting. And it's shaping up to be an attractive and affordable alternative to the big four cell phone providers.
Set the one-size-fits-all tips aside. Here's what brass staff had to say about how they handle money, budgets, and spending habits with their significant others.
Spread out your holiday shopping money and cut back on credit usage with this holiday season's layaway comeback.
It's a question everyone's uncomfortable with: How much money do you make? Is it enough to live comfortably? Extravagantly? Or are you just scraping by? Regardless of your financial situation, be open and willing to discuss your finances with family, friends, or simply anyone willing and knowledgeable enough to help you through the tough times and make the good ones better.
Who would've thought a little plus sign could change your life. I certainly didn't. But when I first saw it, I knew things would no longer be the same. One of the biggest changes in December, when my baby finally arrives, will be how my wife and I distribute our finances. Children are very expensive to raise, so for any expecting parents like me, here are some helpful ways to save money on that baby.