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.

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10 home repairs to tackle this spring

Rachel Hartman Don't neglect your home. This spring, tackle these home repairs to get your house in tip-top shape. 10 home repairs to tackle this spring is a post from: Bargaineering […]

4 ideas for spring landscaping on a budget

Heather Larson Want to get your yard in tip-top shape this spring? Use these spring landscaping ideas to keep your landscaping budget in check. 4 ideas for spring landscaping on a budget is a post from: Bargaineering […]

21 earth-friendly ways to save on Earth Day

Heather Larson Earth Day is a great time to remember how we can save the planet. But these tips don't only save the earth, they save your wallet, too! 21 earth-friendly ways to save on Earth Day is a post from: Bargaineering […]

How to confess financial infidelity

Dona DeZube Financial infidelity can kill a relationship. So it's crucial to get it right when you confess. Use this guide to make it work! How to confess financial infidelity is a post from: Bargaineering […]

6 Ways to save on your spring break road trip

Heather Larson Want to save on a spring break trip this year? Opt for a road trip, and use these six tips to travel and keep your wallet in tact! 6 Ways to save on your spring break road trip is a post from: Bargaineering […]

Turn your discarded cell phone into an asset

Heather Larson We often hang on to our old cell phones, but it eventually takes up some valuable space. Here's how to turn that old phone into an asset. Turn your discarded cell phone into an asset is a post from: Bargaineering […]

Hire a mover who won’t break the bank

Heather Larson February 23, 2016 Let’s face it, sometimes you have to pay professionals to get your household goods to your next residence. You simply may not have the time, ability or inclination to do it yourself. No matter what the reason, don’t think you have to pay top dollar just because you’ve contracted a professional mover. […]

9 ways to save on pet care costs

Heather Larson February 13, 2016 Expenses for pampered pups and coddled cats add up quickly. The best food for our finicky four-legged friends racks up the dollar signs at the grocery store checkout counter. And a trip to one of the pet franchises can easily blow your budget. If they get sick, the veterinarian bills skyrocket. But […] 9 ways to save on pet care costs is a post from: Bargaineering […]

Learn a second language on the cheap

Heather Larson February 3, 2016 One of my relatives believed the Russians planned to take over the United States in the 1950’s, so she decided to learn their language. She took all the classes offered and then to further her skill, she volunteered at a local Russian community center. That worked for her. And she learned to […] Learn a second language on the cheap is a post from: Bargaineering […]

New calculator helps answer a big question: When should you start collecting Social Security?

Mitch Strohm January 14, 2016 Quick. At what age should you start collecting Social Security? It’s not an easy question to answer, right? Fortunately, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently put out a calculator that helps you decide. The tool allows you to explore how your claiming age impacts your retirement benefits. […]