Which Family Cell Phone Plan Comes Out on Top?

With so many cell phone plans to choose from, it can be a bit overwhelming. Choosing the family plan that maximizes the money you spend while getting solid coverage and other perks is very important. Today, we will aim to make that task a bit easier for you. Let’s take a look at four of […]

Published or Updated: May 23, 2016

Which Netflix Plan is the Best Netflix Plan?

Netflix currently runs the online DVD rental business with more than 23 million active subscribers.  With Blockbuster struggling to keep it’s doors open after bankruptcy, Netflix continues to develop new streaming technology that allows the company to produce higher than expected earnings each and every quarter.  However, Netflix has recently decided to increase the cost […]

Published or Updated: March 3, 2015

Can You Put a Price on Safety?

When I lived in an apartment in Boston, my apartment was broken into while I was at work.  I came home to a front door that was lifted off its hinges and carefully placed in the hallway next to where I left it (closed and locked) that morning.  The place was ransacked and all my […]

Published or Updated: March 22, 2012

What is a Flexible Spending Account?

Graduating from college in 2006, I’ve really never had the opportunity to take advantage of some of the benefits that larger corporations and employers have to offer.  Before working from home, I was employed at a small-time online company that didn’t have things like retirement plans, flexible spending accounts, or even health insurance!  I guess […]

Published or Updated: December 28, 2015

Avoid Overspending During the Holidays

With Memorial Day wrapped up, Americans are getting ready to head back to work.  For many, the next day to look forward to is Independence Day, which happens to also fall on a Monday this year.  A few years ago, when I was working the nine-to-five lifestyle, I used to mark my calendar with all […]

Published or Updated: May 30, 2011

Extreme Couponing is Not Worth the Effort

Working from home, I’ve been brushing up on a lot of television shows I wouldn’t normally watch.  I find that working on the computer all day with a mix of TV leads to excellent production. And one of the shows I saw was an episode of  “Extreme Couponing“.  I’ve written a few posts previously about […]

Published or Updated: April 28, 2011

20 Great Mother’s Day Gift Ideas Under $50

On Sunday, May 8th, we will celebrate the 100th official Mother’s Day.  Once a year, mothers across the country are recognized as the most important people on the planet and even though any mother will say it’s the thought that counts, you and I both know that’s not how it really works. Buying something for […]

Published or Updated: May 23, 2016

Renting a Car from Thrifty? Learn from My Mistakes

My family and I were in Florida this past weekend visiting colleges for my son and daughter. We rented a car from Thrifty in Orlando for four days. While I thought I did everything possible to get the best possible deal, it turns out I made three critical mistakes that cost me about $100. So […]

Published or Updated: March 6, 2013

Becoming a US Citizen Isn’t Cheap!

At one time or another, we all take our American citizenship for granted.  Sometimes it’s easy to forget that many people are struggling right now to become a part of the United States.  Aside from the travel costs associated with reaching the US, the process of becoming an American citizen can be quite expensive.  From […]

Published or Updated: September 18, 2011

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