Before your car repair bill drives off with your hard-earned money, consider lowering costs with some cheaper (and still reliable) used parts.
Sure, who doesn't love that new car smell? But for cars and these other seven things, you'll save mega bucks buying used.
Some thrifty buys just aren't worth the deal. You're better off buying new — or skipping the buy — on these secondhand "finds."
Buying used usually costs less and that's always a plus. Even better -- some goods really do get better with age.
Books? Yep! Houses? Absolutely! Swimwear? Ack, no! Those and other thrift store buys sorted into best and worst.
New gadgets are great — except for the price. But if you don't mind doing some homework, you can get recent-vintage gear at a great discount.
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Last night I strolled through the furniture showroom with my jaw unhinged and my heart thumping: “Look at all this good-looking stuff!” After some careful consideration th
I don't like buying new. It's not that I consider myself to be some kind of Scrooge. I just have a hard time paying more for something than I need to, and often we take tha
Last August, I decided to purchase my first new car ever. I had only ever owned used (and entirely paid-for) vehicles prior to this. I researched the type of car that I wanted and
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