Bargaineering

Bargaineering is a blog that chronicles my personal finance life and where I discuss matters of shopping, insurance, investing, retirement, loans, credit cards, mortgages, bargain hunting and other issues in my life.

Latest Posts from Bargaineering (page 4)

Here’s how to appeal a denied health insurance claim

Medical drama is no fun (aside from “Grey’s Anatomy,” of course), and nothing makes me sick to my stomach more than the thought of my health insurance claim getting denied. Bearing the burden of big bills is awful enough, but doing it when you’re sick? Ick. Good news though: You have options. […]

Fierce, financial females: 21 powerful women making major money moves

Whether it’s banking, finance, investing or business, there are women out there absolutely killing it in an industry dominated by men. These women are making major money moves, shattering glass ceilings and are growing their own green, too. So. Much. Respect. I’ve rounded up 21 fierce, financial females that you ought to know! Banking and finance titans   1. […]

Fierce, financial females: 21 powerful women making major money moves

Whether it’s banking, finance, investing or business, there are women out there absolutely killing it in an industry dominated by men. These women are making major money moves, shattering glass ceilings and are growing their own green, too. So. Much. Respect. I’ve rounded up 21 fierce, financial females that you ought to know! Banking and finance titans 1. […]

How To Raise Your Credit—As Told By ‘Scandal’

When it comes to bad credit, there’s no Olivia Pope to swoop in and save you if your score is low! If you want to raise your credit score, you’ll need to break out the popcorn and wine yourself and work out a long-term strategy for rehabbing your credit. Watch Those Credit Card Balances One major factor in your credit score is how much revolving credit you have versus how much you’re actually usin […]

Deal alert: Celebrate National Taco Day with deep discounts from Taco Bell, On the Border and more

Taco Tuesday might have come and gone, but the real fiesta is just getting started. National Taco Day is Oct. 4, and whether you like yours smothered in salsa or queso, you can find deep discounts going down at many big chains like Taco Bell and On the Border. I’ve rounded up a few that are offering freebies and discounts today at participating locations. […]

Deal alert: Celebrate National Taco Day with deep discounts from Taco Bell, On the Border and more

Taco Tuesday might have come and gone, but the real fiesta is just getting started. National Taco Day is Oct. 4, and whether you like yours smothered in salsa or queso, you can find deep discounts going down at many big chains like Taco Bell and On the Border. I’ve rounded up a few that are offering freebies and discounts today at participating locations. […]

The scary amount of money Americans are actually spending on Halloween

What really sends shivers down my spine has nothing to do with haunted houses or spooky skeletons… It’s overspending. Halloween marks the unofficial start to the season of spending. And between the devilish decor, creepy costumes, candy, candy and more candy, you could find yourself in a downward spiral toward a busted budget before saying “boo.” The real witching hour? […]

The scary amount of money Americans are actually spending on Halloween

What really sends shivers down my spine has nothing to do with haunted houses or spooky skeletons… It’s overspending. Halloween marks the unofficial start to the season of spending. And between the devilish decor, creepy costumes, candy, candy and more candy, you could find yourself in a downward spiral toward a busted budget before saying “boo.” The real witching hour? […]

Hey, 20-somethings! Start saving right now for these money milestones

Let’s be real: Our 20’s are expensive. They’re also exciting, exasperating, fun and frustrating, between paying down student debt and trying to save. I’m 24, so I get it. […]

Hey, 20-somethings! Start saving right now for these money milestones

Let’s be real: Our 20’s are expensive. They’re also exciting, exasperating, fun and frustrating, between paying down student debt and trying to save. I’m 24, so I get it. […]