Did you know that TD Bank was founded in 1855? The TD in TD Bank stands for Toronto-Dominion – the name of the two banks that would eventually merge to form TD Bank. The Bank of Toronto was founded in 1855 while The Dominion Bank opened its first branch in 1871. It wasn’t until 1919 […]
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.
Most taxpayers have been or will soon be receiving a coronavirus stimulus check worth up to $1,200 per adult ($2,400 for couples) and $500 per child. It will take several months to distribute every stimulus check and, as a result, we will begin hearing about stimulus check scams. Unfortunately, scams happen in regular times and […]
The year 2020 is the year of free streaming services! Between the ad-sponsored, always-free services; the paid streaming services offering free trial periods; and the special offers prompted by COVID-19, there is more free streaming than you could ever possibly need. If you’ve already cut your cable, congratulations on taking advantage of big savings provided […]
As one of the largest banks in the United States, Wells Fargo has over 13,000 ATMs and 5,400 retail banking locations across the country. If you’ve moved around a lot and still have a Wells Fargo account, it can get tricky to find your routing number. You might need it to set up a direct […]
Every year, I give this list a mini-refresh. This year, with the coronavirus keeping many of us in isolation for a few weeks – there’s a good chance you will start doing some of these! I kid, I kid. These are moves that are important but not urgent. Requesting a credit line increase is not […]
I bet you’ve heard about the stimulus package by now. It’s titled the “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act,” or the CARES Act, and it’s enormous – it’s a $2 trillion stimulus package. The CARES Act offers relief for several sectors including taxpayers, businesses, health care providers, and the aviation industry. Most of the […]
The idea of “gratitude” has been around for quite some time. I don’t mean the simple definition of the word. I am talking about the idea that if you recognize, appreciate, develop a practice around gratitude – your life will experience marked improvements. As I write this, it’s mid-March 2020, and we are in the […]
Albert Einstein once said “Compound interest is the 8th wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it; he who doesn’t, pays it.” Despite this awesome quote, compound interest remains one of the more misunderstood concepts. In fact, when I asked on Twitter, the vast majority of replies involved compound interest. We don’t have […]
Do you have a jury duty summons? Even if you’re a diehard Law and Order fan or are a mock juror, don’t feel guilty if you want to get out of jury duty. Although jury duty is a “civic duty,” there are plenty of unknowns that make jury duty stressful. You don’t know how long […]
One of the worst feelings in the world is seeing the flashing lights of a police car in your rearview mirror. You pull over, the officer walks up to your window, and asks “Do you know how fast you were going?” You know how fast you were going. Probably too fast. But this is where […]