Maybe you get a newspaper every week and there are tons of coupons there. Maybe you have seen someone ahead of you in line whipping out a huge pack of relevant coupons and cutting a chunk off their grocery bill. However, when the cart hits the supermarket floor, do coupons save you money? Read the rest of this entry
Depending on where you work and your place in life, there might be a big push to start saving for retirement. Whether your company offers matching retirement benefits in a 401k or people in your life are just encouraging you to save money, many of us are told to invest. How does investing earn you money in the long term? What makes it more effective than, say, shoving a twenty under your mattress every week? Read the rest of this entry
Usually on our Monday Monday posts, we try talk about how you can take advantage of subtle sources of income, like credit card rewards, or even the interest you can get from opening a savings account. But if you have a vehicle that you would sell, maybe you are asking yourself “Can I sell my car online?” The answer is YES, but you should absolutely be careful about where you are trying to sell your vehicle. Read the rest of this entry
Welcome to Money Monday! This is a place and a time where we try to introduce ways to earn money through smart financial choices. Last Monday Monday we talked about credit card rewards cash. This week we’re going to look at interest. Specifically the interest that you can get from a savings account at the bank. Read the rest of this entry
What Are the Best Ways to Use Credit Card Reward Points?
When you are looking for a new credit card, if your credit hasn’t been dinged by an event like bankruptcy or divorce, then you will get tons of offers from credit card companies offering you premium rewards opportunities. But what are the best ways to use credit card reward points? Keep reading for our Money Monday suggestions on getting and spending that money wisely. Read the rest of this entry