An article by Money Smart Life about 10 Ways to Cut Your Restaurant Bill provoked some thoughts of my own. I whole-heartedly agree with all of his statements and have been practicing them all for a few years now. I'd like to add a few of my … [Read more...] about Save money on dining out
After reading the articles everywhere on using 0% balance transfers to earn extra savings interest, or paying off debt, I had an epiphany. We have a car loan with about $15,000 left. We bought the car almost 2 years ago for $25,000, and in the … [Read more...] about Paying off a $15,000 car loan in 9 months without using savings
Ok, you got some extra cash each month. You also have some student loans, auto loans, personal loans, credit cards, or any combination. You want to increase your emergency fund, but you also want to pay down that debt (without piling up more). Which … [Read more...] about Pay Down Debt or Increase Savings?
Unfortunately, this post may be a little too late for most of you this Christmas season, but there may still be hope for some. Stop buying junk for other people! You may think you're being a clever friend or relative by purchasing that stupid … [Read more...] about Stop buying junk!
This weekend, my wife and I chose to rent a car on our trip from D.C. to Pittsburgh for a wedding reception (the couple were married in Greece). Although we have 3 cars of our own (2 of them new), we like to mix things up on long trips (and save the … [Read more...] about Clever Auto Review: 2006 Dodge Charger SE