One of the biggest arguments against using coupons to save money is the claim that companies give coupons only for processed food. These would include things like cookies, candy, chips, sugar-laden drinks, sugar-laden cereals, etc.Read More
I don’t know if you’ve realized it yet, but nearly every website wants your email address. I’ll be asking for yours soon. 🙂 You can’t even get through the line at some of your favorite stores without them asking for your email address. Though email is one of the oldest aspects of internet technology, it is still the most valuable and personal one. Email isn’t just valuable for the companies, but it is valuable for you too when it comes to saving money.Read More
Americans spend a lot of money eating out at restaurants. According this article, the average American spent an astounding $2,500 on food outside of the home in 2010! That is a lot of money. That’s $200 per month spent inside restaurants!
While I would consider seriously curtailing the amount of money spent eating out in order to meet a serious financial goal, there’s one little thing that you can do each time you eat out that can save you a lot of money in the long run. It’s very simple.Read More