This is no April fools joke. There are six upcoming state sales tax holidays that have nothing to do with back-to-school shopping–which I’ve written about in the past–and everything to do with saving money when buying items for your home.
If your neighborhood is like mine, then “For Sale” signs are popping up faster than dandelions on front lawns. That’s because spring is real estate season. Even so just because you’re getting ready to move doesn’t mean you have to buy a home. Sometimes it makes more sense to rent versus own a home. There […]
You may think that these deals of the day sites only inspire impulse purchases–and therefore I would not recommend them–but I do believe that they have a place in the world of saving money. Case in point: if you’ve always thought about joining a wholesale club like BJ’s or Costco, you’d be wise to wait […]
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Did you know that the most popular time of the year for couples to get engaged is during the December holidays right through Valentine’s Day in February? If you’ve recently gotten engaged, congratulations. Soon enough you’ll likely be creating a bridal registry for your wedding gifts and bridal shower gifts. Since you probably have had […]
When it comes to holiday gifts I bought this year, about half were gift cards. With regards to the gifts I received, about half were gift cards. According to the National Retail Federation, I’m like a lot of Americans–nearly 59 percent of us have requested to receive a gift card this year for the holidays, […]