How To Save Money Eating Out At Restaurants

Restaurants rely on more than ambiance and the aroma of your favorite foods to get you to spend. They favor tricks to appeal to your mind — to get you in the door and push your bill higher. But there are ways that you can save money eating out at restaurants. Restaurants hope that we […]

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Cutting Down And Save On Monthly Grocery Bills With Coupons

According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), food will get even more expensive in 2014 with a 2.5% increase in prices. Naturally, saving on groceries is a top priority for consumers. Today, it is possible to cut down your monthly grocery bill dramatically by using coupons, which can shave down the price on […]

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The Danger Of Buying A Home In A New Neighborhood

Buying a home in a new subdivision can be exciting. You’re often the first person to live in your home, and it likely will have many of the latest features and amenities. But there’s a danger too — one I know only too well. In 2009, my wife and I bought a new home in a […]

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If I Am Diabetic Can I Still Get Life Insurance?

As with any potential risk factor, the presence of diabetes will have an effect on decisions made by insurance providers.  If an applicant has any medical condition that makes the potential of having to pay out more likely it will factor in to any policy that is granted. This does not mean that if you […]

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How Much Does It Cost To Raise A Kid?

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How To Trick Yourself Into Saving Money Everyday

The savings rate in America is dismal, and it’s heading in the wrong direction. According to the latest data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the personal savings rate in America is 4.5%, down from 5.6% the previous year. But do you know what’s the greatest hindrance to you increasing your savings? You. Your brain is the […]

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