Category: saving


Create Your Own Layaway Plan.

Recently, I have seen a bunch of ads on TV for layaway plans at big box stores. I had no idea that layaway even still existed, as I only remember it from when I was a small child at our local Kmart – and have not seen it since then. Layaway plans are great for […]


Inheriting 80 Year Old Tools – That Still Work Fine.

I just got back from my almost 3 week cross-country trip and before I start today’s post, I just wanted to say thanks to Matt from DebtFree Adventure for his amazing guest post “The Benefits of Frugal Living“. Thanks Matt! One of the biggest reasons I drove back to Boston instead of taking the train […]


How To Save Money On Your Prescriptions.

Prescription drug prices are heading up, just like almost anything else that we all depend on in our daily lives. While some insurance plans do cover popular drugs, but many people still pay hundreds, if not thousands, each month for their medicine. But with a little digging and a little work, there are many ways […]


Saving Money The Easy Way.

I will be on vacation for a little bit, so while I am gone I will be taking a break from posting every day while re-running some older posts you may have missed. Want to write a guest post for publication while I am gone? Email me or use my contact page to get in […]


Comparing My ING Orange Account To Higher-Interest Savings Accounts.

For the last 6.5 years, I have been a very happy customer of ING Direct. I have been keeping my emergency fund, my taxes account, and our “buy a home” savings accounts there and have never had any problems with them…well, except for their interest rate. There was a time in the past when they […]

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