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.
Twice a year, at the beginning of the fall semester and again at the beginning of the spring semester, college students make a rush for the college bookstore to stock up on school supplies. In the process they are likely spending as much as $1,300 on books and supplies, so says the College Board. It’s […]
When our family became Suddenly Frugal in 2007, we quickly learned how thrift store shopping could be a great way to buy clothing and other household goods that we needed without blowing our budget. We also learned that when it came to putting cash back in our budget, certain thrift store donating could do just […]