We are all very aware of the times of year when we need to do some spending. The holiday season, of course, comes to mind. But what about all the other events throughout the year that you don’t typically plan ahead for? Your friend’s Halloween party? Your parents summer cookout? Birthdays? Weddings? The list goes […]
The other night, I overheard a fellow graduate student telling a friend that her flight home for Thanksgiving would cost $700. I couldn’t believe my ears when I heard her mention that she was only flying from Boston to Philadelphia. To avoid paying outrageous prices for your holiday travel, consider these money saving tips:
Okay, okay, its a feast… it’s supposed to be over the top, too much to eat. Well, you can still celebrate the season without busting your budget. My first suggestion which will save you the most may or may not be for you….
I love my dad. And I am sure you love yours too. I’d love to present him with a brand new car every Father’s Day. But that isn’t going to happen. So what do you get the guy who has everything, and still stay on budget? Here’s a few ideas…
The holiday season is a time for family, celebration… and Oh boy, gift giving. There are ways that you can celebrate the holiday season and not break your budget. Here are some helpful tips to save some money over the holiday.
AHH! Summer is here, and the living is easy. (Or so the old, old song goes, so old that I don’t even know the name of it… somebody tell me in the comments section…) So how do we have a great cookout without barbecuing the budget? It’s really pretty easy.