Today we found some stellar articles on tips to get the most from coupons, things you should never DIY, and how to avoid certain budgeting problems.
You can actually earn back some of what you spend on Internet purchases. Learn more about the programs available and how to avoid common mistakes.
We often focus on what is most pressing with our finances. But if you take a day off to do some long-term work, you can save hundreds of dollars a year.
Many people consider clipping coupons to be one of the major tenets of frugal living. But all that time spent searching and snipping might not be worth it.
Yup, I pay for things you get for free...and I save a lot of money in the process. Here's how you can do it too.
40 hours per week clipping coupons? Stockpiling products you may never use? Extreme couponing may be all the rage, but it's more like madness to me.
Do your homework before launching a Groupon campaign. If you don't, a social media money-maker may become a social media monster.
If you have the right tools, you can always get a deal. Learn how to always get what you want, at the price you want.
Some people are into deals. They collect and organize their coupons, they buy used, they negotiate with sellers. These are all good strategies, but they all take effort. This post
There are just some things I can't go without, like Starbucks coffee or a dinner at Chili's. To feed my addictions, I've learned some tips that save me money and still let
There are more great reasons to be frugal than just saving money. Here are five of the simplest ones.
If you've bought a Groupon or Living Social coupon but can't (or don't want to) use it, these sites will help you sell it to someone who wants it.
I'll be honest, I like to clip coupons, but it’s not for everybody. Here are 7 ways to save money on groceries without using coupons.
Your guide to the best places to find coupons online.
Coupon users are no longer scrooges but sages, wisely spending by saving. Here are a list of 50 great deals and coupon sites dedicated to serving savvy shoppers like you.
Want a coupon to try out Yoplait Whips for free? Bargainbriana shared one on Twitter. How about a buy-one-get-one-free deal at Denny's? Coupondivas offered one on Twitter, as well.
Are you a coupon-clipper? Do you plan on becoming one? Have you shunned the practice out of principle, time, or apathy? Maybe you clip a little here and there, but leave the har
Many brands offer them: satisfaction-guaranteed rebates. While this helps to build reputation in the industry and gives genuinely disgruntled consumers an easy fix for their probl
Even if you live the all-digital lifestyle, don't put away those scissors yet. Some Web sites are now taking manufacturers' coupons.
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