Investing is a lot like religion. They both rely on faith, they both have rituals, and to the outside observer, there are aspects of it that don’t seem to follow intuition or expectation. With investing, you also mix in a bit of gambling that many people seem to enjoy on their own. Like a modern-day […]
There are very few "financial" things you do each and every day - saving and spending money is one of them.
Whether it's on gas to get to work, food to put in your body, or shampoo to wash your hair - you're spending money.
If you want instant progress with your finances, it's by learning how to save more of your cash. This archive will show you all the tricks I know to make your dollar go further.
Our most popular posts are about our store specific hacks, like Amazon, Costco, Uber, and Netflix; but we also share how to get free food at restaurants on your birthday, how to cut your cable and save $800+ and 105 easy ways to save money guide.
There’s something sexy about owning gold. In times of turbulence, gold seems to be valued as a store of value. It’s never bad to get a little stability as fiat currencies rise and fall in value relative to one another. We recently spent some time in England over the summer and enjoyed how far the […]
When we bought our first house, it took quite some time to find the right house. We purchased our first home in 2005 and documented the entire process on my previous blog, Bargaineering, and it was a stressful and scary experience. We looked at square footage, we looked at bedrooms and bathrooms, we looked at […]
When you’re going to spend several hours at a public place, or even a friend’s house, how often do you ask for the wi-fi password? Maybe, you need to finish a work project on your laptop, or you are megabytes away from exceeding your cell phone monthly data limit. Whatever the reason, this guide can […]
Have you ever wondered why some banks have “National Association” after their names and others don’t? If you look at the bottom of the Bank of America website, it says, “Bank of America, N.A.” At the bottom of Discover Bank’s website, it just says, “Discover Bank, Member FDIC.” I was doing research when I noticed […]
Have you noticed a recent rise in the number of “cash management accounts?” If the term is new to you, you’re not alone. I only learned about these a few weeks ago and they’re fascinating. They are not technically bank accounts. The companies that have them are not banks. They’re usually some other type of […]
Did you know that Capital One launched a brand new online savings account called 360 Performance Savings? I sure didn’t! Unfortunately, it’s not a particularly exciting new account. I have a few accounts with Capital One Bank but they all were legacy ING Direct accounts. Capital One acquired ING Direct back in 2012 and I […]
A few years ago, I opted to get Lasik. I was having problems with my contact lenses, after using them for years and not having any issues, and it got to the point that I was sick of it. During allergy season, my eyes would change sizes just enough that the contacts would slide around. […]
Do you know how you spend your money? Not too long ago, your only option was to purchase similar budgeting software like Quicken. But what if you don’t have extra cash to spend on software to watch your cash? That’s when getting free budget software can be very useful. They may not have all the […]
You can find thousands of free makeup and beauty tutorials on YouTube, but the problem is that most of these beauty professionals use a myriad of pricey beauty products. Yes, you want to look your best, but you also don’t want to spend a large portion of your budget on vanity. Here are six ways […]