When it comes to purchasing auto insurance, many consumers simply turn to the internet.
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You can save a lot of money by opting to use your old appliances; but if you are choosing the second option, which is more likely given that most people like to have everything new in a new home, then here are 4 ways how to save money on appliances.
One of the fundamental principles of savvy finances is understanding the difference between needs and wants. Part of this understanding is acknowledging that much of what we have are actually luxuries and not needs at all.
We often think of splurging as a bad thing. Without splurges, however, life wouldn’t be nearly as fun. Plus, with carefully considered splurges, you can actually improve your finances. Here’s why you should splurge sometimes (and how to do it responsibly):
Going out can be really expensive, but there are many options to enjoy your social life without spending too much.
Do you go to the store with a list, only to find yourself burdened with more than you expected to buy — and a much smaller bank account? So, if you have this problem, how do you stop?
I was enjoying a very nice cappuccino while reading the book The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende the other day.
I wouldn’t normally bore you with details of my drinking and reading habits but there was a part which struck me as being interesting in a financial sense. If you have never read the book or seen the film then one of the main characters is called Esteban Trueba.
Is one of your major financial concerns the fact that money just dribbles out of your bank account month after month?
It is pretty much impossible to save money well when you are spending more money than you need to. So what about the things that you simply have to spend money on, is it possible to save on these?
Advertisers have a boatload of cash that they use to conduct research studies to find new ways to get us to spend. They know the psychology of money and use it to their advantage to get us to spend our hard earned money. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average annual household spending for 2012 was just over $50,000. So what are some of the tricks that they use? Here are a handful of tricks that get you to spend more money.