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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6 ways to make great money without leaving the house

Maybe you’re a mother who can’t leave her kid, or really just prefer your slippers to stilettos—either way, working from home has never been easier. Thank you, technology. If you want to cozy up on your couch while raking in that cash, work-from-home jobs offer flexibility, comfort and oftentimes, competitive pay. Want to cut your commute to, like, nonexistent? […]

5 secrets to creating a budget

I know, I know… budgeting sounds like a bore. But it’s a very necessary step to totally owning your financial situation, and if you have no idea where your money is going every month, you might find yourself overdrafting, overspending, and therefore, over-stressing. […]

5 secrets to creating a budget

I know, I know… budgeting sounds like a bore. But it’s a very necessary step to totally owning your financial situation, and if you have no idea where your money is going every month, you might find yourself overdrafting, overspending, and therefore, over-stressing. […]

Then And Now: 5 things women couldn’t do 50 years ago

1. Sign up for a credit card. Until the Equal Opportunity Act was passed in 1974, a woman couldn’t get a credit card in her own name. Married women had to have their husband’s signature for permission, which essentially left single women out of luck. 2. Serve on a jury. Jury duty is now a standard civic duty for men and women. […]

Then And Now: 5 things women couldn’t do 50 years ago

1. Sign up for a credit card. Until the Equal Opportunity Act was passed in 1974, a woman couldn’t get a credit card in her own name. Married women had to have their husband’s signature for permission, which essentially left single women out of luck. 2. Serve on a jury. Jury duty is now a standard civic duty for men and women. […]

Then And Now: 5 things women couldn’t do 50 years ago

1. Sign up for a credit card. Until the Equal Opportunity Act was passed in 1974, a woman couldn’t get a credit card in her own name. Married women had to have their husband’s signature for permission, which essentially left single women out of luck. 2. Serve on a jury. Jury duty is now a standard civic duty for men and women. […]

5 financial apps every millennial should download

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5 financial apps every millennial should download

The following post contains affiliate links for which The Cashlorette may receive compensation when a user clicks on any of the links or makes a purchase after clicking on any of the links. […]

Frugal Fall Fun!

Fall activities on a budget! Explore the great outdoors. With the weather turning cool and crisp, what better way to enjoy the perfect temps than hiking? Even if you live in a city, it’s super easy to find hiking trails as close as five miles away! And the best part? It’s free! Along with hiking, birdwatching is a great fall activity. […]

Zoe Sugg’s net worth is $4 million

Hey Cashlorettes! Hilarey here, editor of The Cashlorette, helping Sarah every day to empower readers to live their best lives for less. We decided to try something new, so let me know what you think on Twitter (@HilareyAnn) after reading about this #BossBabe below. […]