Following my last post on saving in department stores, I thought I'd let you in on three more insider secrets you should know.
So you've rented your first apartment as a full-grown adult person. It's affordable, it's somewhat small, and it's yours--well, yours, and your three roommates'.
To give the new abode a personal touch and dash of decorating magic, look for key furniture pieces and splashes of graphics and color that fit your new-grad budget. Follow this step-by-step guide to assemble a home that's livable and is suitable for your cost of living.
Saving money is a priority for virtually everyone these days. When you are looking to pick up a tool, the first place you might think of is a box retailer. While there is nothing wrong with buying a brand-new tool from a national retail-chain, shopping at a pawn shop or two can provide you with gently used tools that work just as well for much less money.
Price manipulation: A dirty phrase that means damage to your wallet by some greedy suit who cornerned that market. Monopolies make it possible.
Despite market crashes and bailout backlash, the world of Wall Street continues to lure young hopefuls into its trenches with the promise of lucrative pay and elite status.
We're just like Fry from Futurama, thrusting a fist-ful of cash at people offering goods and services and shouting, "Shut up and take my money!"
Every month, our paychecks get slowly gobbled up by bills big and small. Here are a few tips on how to save every possible penny.