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With less than a month to go until Christmas, you may think the ways in which you can save money on food are already limited. However, there are still plenty of chances to save money by reducing waste, shopping and careful planning.   Kate Hall Food Waste Expert and Founder of The Full Freezer and I have combined forces to provide some tips for saving on the food this Christmas.       Don’t buy […]

With gas prices hitting record levels this year, it’s no surprise that consumers are looking for ways to cut costs. That’s where gas apps come in. These apps help you find the cheapest gas and offer rewards too.  You can either install a gas app on your smartphone or use the web browser version if you prefer. Some companies offer free versions depending on the app, while others require a monthly fee. Saving money, especially […]

Singapore Savings Bonds returns have reached new highs in previous months as the momentum of Fed rate hikes continued to gather pace. However, for today’s release of the January 2023 tranche of Singapore Savings Bonds, the returns has dropped as expected. For Singapore Savings Bonds (SSBs) historical rates from October 2015 until now, please see […] The post Singapore Savings Bonds Jan-2023 Rates : Year 1 (2.95%), 10-Year Avg (3.26%) appeared first on Turtle Investor.

Latest 20% off weekend The post Marks & Spencer deals & how to save up to 20% off appeared first on Be Clever With Your Cash.

As Financial Literacy Month wraps up and everyone starts to prepare for the holidays, the one thing I’d urge you to consider when buying gifts for your loved ones and decorating your home like it’s a Hallmark movie set is how can you end this year on a financially high note? Too often we get […] The post 5 Ways to Save Money You May Have Forgotten About appeared first on Jessica Moorhouse.

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Today, Dr. Dahle and Dr. Spath are getting into the weeds with all things Tax-Loss Harvesting. This has clearly been a topic on all of our minds due to this bear market we are in. They answer questions about the wash sale rule, what swapping out nearly identical funds when you tax-loss harvest means, when to buy back the original holding you took the loss on, and discuss if it can ever be a good […]

All America Bank and Redneck Bank are sister internet banks that offer the same types of accounts (with different marketing shtick). Looking back in my archives, I actually opened an account with them way back in 2009 (later closed), as they are intermittently competitive with interest rates. Looks like they are looking to attract deposits again, most recently raising both their interest rates and their balance caps. Mega Money Market 4.00% APY on up to […]

Lately, when you grab a grocery cart, your stomach drops.  You already know that the prices in the store will be higher than they were the last time you stood in the same spot. If you’re like me, that makes you think about ways you can save on groceries. You’ve probably already thought of using coupons or buying more generic versions of foods.  (Which is awesome, because you can definitely save by doing those things.) […]

7 Ways to Manage Finances as a Couple is a post originally published on: Everything Finance – Everything Finance – Its all about Money! Money and relationships are two interesting subjects that intertwine with each other. One of the big reasons why marriages end is because of money issues. Money issues are so troublesome that people who say they’re experiencing stress in their relationship cite finances as the number one reason. Money issues are also […]

I started a clothing-focused mini-series over the summer wherein I managed to devote two ENTIRE posts to the topic of just me and my clothing alone: My Ever-Evolving Relationship With My Clothes The Clothes I Wear For Comfort and Confidence Riveting as that was, a number of you requested I write about the clothing of the other people in my house. In response, today I bring you a deep dive into the closets of my […]

The holiday season is here, but so is inflation. For some, this is the most wonderful time of year. But if you’re like 89% of consumers polled by Numerator, you’re bracing for the impact inflation will have on your spending and gifting. With soaring costs, worrying about how you’ll pay for presents or whether you’ll be able to afford a nice Christmas dinner can take the fun out of the holidays. My husband and I have […]

If this is what your retirement savings looked like, I bet you’d be feeling pretty good about yourself. Is this really what you want your retirement savings to look like? But what if I told you that this was actually Enron’s stock chart. And in less than a year, the entire value of the stock would be wiped out. If you were in your 50’s or 60’s and had your life’s savings in Enron in […]

Year-End Tax Planning I’m publishing a podcast episode this Friday with Sean Mullaney, the FI Tax Guy, about 401(k)s, the Mega Backdoor Roth and Premium Tax Credits for the ACA and in a case of great timing, Sean just released his “2022 Year-End Tax Planning” article. The article lists out numerous essential tax deadlines and considerations you should be familiar with before the end of 2022, which is rapidly approaching! If you’re looking for more in-depth […]