Help Save Money - How Kids Help Save Money
Kids are sure good at spending money but can they help save money too? Yes they can! Kids often enjoy tasks that we grown-ups feel are tedious, which are so often the things we need to do to save money. So go ahead and brag a little about how your kids help save money. And in doing so, you'll help all of us save money too!
Save Money on Dining Out: How Restaurant.com Works
About.com's Guide to Baltimore explains how these discount restaurant certificate works. The online company offers certificates for restaurants all over the U.S., not just Baltimore.
How Working at Home Saves Money
While working from home is not without start up costs, many of those costs can be defrayed by the savings that working from home brings. So if you're thinking about switching from the office life to telecommuting, here are some areas where you can save a little of the green stuff.
Thrifty Thursday Blog Archive
Save money on Thrifty Thursday! About.com's Parenting Guides and I blog about money saving ideas on Thrifty Thursdays. Each blog item is full of links to more ideas and resources for saving money. This is an archive of previous Thrifty Thursday blogs.
Saving Money on School Supplies
Use these 9 tips this back-to-school season and you will save money on school supplies.
Save Money Food Shopping
One tip for saving money food shopping is to shop other places besides your local supermarket. Though supermarkets are convenient and have large selection, you don't always save money by shopping for food at a supermarket. Try food shopping at other places such as wholesalers and farmers markets.
Saving both money and time is a neat trick that most of us wish we could do everywhere -- not just the grocery store. So often the two have an inverse relationship. Saving money takes time; saving time costs money. But with some practice you can save time and money at the grocery store.
Yes, at first some of these money saving tips will take extra time at first, but eventually they will …
Money saving tips and links to coupons.
How to Build Your Savings Account
Building savings is an important financial goal for many people today. Often when we think about saving money, though, the first thing that comes to mind is cutting back. And while that is an important element in building savings, the way to actually have more money to put in your savings account is twofold: reduce expenses and increase income.
How Does Working at Home Save Money?
I've come up with 5 reasons working at home saves money but I bet there are 5,000 more. How do you save money by working at home?
How to Reduce Expenses and Save Money
Reducing expenses is one half of the equation for building your savings account. (The other half is increasing income.) And while reducing expenses can be easier than finding new sources of income, that doesn't mean it's easy. But below are several strategies to increase your income.
5 Ways to Save for the Holiday Season
Along with good cheer, the holidays bring so many expenses--Christmas parties, travel, decorations and extra grocery costs. And all that is on top of holiday gifts! Even if the holidays are already close, these four strategies can help you save for the holidays and avoid holiday debt.
9 Ways to Make Money With Your Phone
Use your phone to earn money--not just spend it--with these 9 money-making apps. Some pay in rewards but some pay in cash.
Pitfalls of Money-Making Apps for Your Smartphone
These apps will not only save you money on some items, but can also put cash in your bank account. Just know the possible downsides first.