Deliberating a purchase? The next time you’re staring at a pair of $100 heels or a $350 cocktail dress, use the cost per wear (CPW) to help you decide whether or not it’s worth it.
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If you find a china pattern you like, now might be a good time to snap it up. With the peak of wedding season upon us, many soon-to-be married couples are adding sets of both fine and everyday china to their registries. As a result, many retailers offer dishware at twenty-five to 50 percent off during the month of June.
School’s almost out for summer—which means beach vacations, trips to the amusement park, barbecues, and afternoons holed up in the movie theater will soon be upon us. The question: How can you enjoy all the fun without emptying your wallet? Start with these four tips, then share your own savings secrets in the comments.
Believe it or not, it’s easy to make charitable contributions without spending a dime. By visiting freekibble.com you can help homeless pets just by answering fun trivia questions.
Next time you hit the mall or the department store, make sure to stop by the juniors’ department. True, you may not want to sport a midriff-baring crop top, and those studded neon jeans may not be to your taste, but do take some time to peruse the accessories. You’ll find a veritable treasure trove of stylish scarves, costume jewelry, […]
Have you ever been tempted to shell out some extra dough for a bigger hotel room, but couldn’t justify the cost? Good news: Getting the upgrade you’ve been dreaming about can be as easy as asking for it. According to Consumer Reports, 78 percent of people who asked for a better room were granted either a lower rate or a free upgrade.
Today is Equal Pay Day, the day when women’s salaries catch up to men’s salaries last year. (Learn more about Equal Pay Day here.) As of the last Census, women earn 77 cents for every $1 that men earn. If you’re looking to close the gap in your own salary, here are some tips to take to the negotiating table: […]
If you can’t pay off all the taxes you owe in one go this year, sign up to pay them off in installments instead. Start by sending in as much as you can afford with your tax return, and then visit the IRS.gov section on payments and installments to set up a plan. The downside? It will cost you $105 […]