7 Strategies to Pay Your Debt Down Fast

Even with the best intentions to live debt-free somehow we create debt. In fact, the average household owes more than $6,000 to credit card companies. With holiday spending and New Year’s resolutions fresh in our mind, January is a good month to get serious about paying down your debt. Here are 7 things you should keep in mind as you tackle debt. 1. Take financial inventory. In order to pay off Read more ...

Use Social Media to Help Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

Each year we create a list of New Year’s resolutions to improve our lives, but following through is another story. To help you stick to your goals this year, we've created a list of common resolutions and provided a few social media buddies to help you stay on track. 1. Lose Weight: As the most common resolution of them all, the idea of weight loss is always easier than the practice itself. Read more ...

Shopping Secrets You Need to Know

In order to get the best deals, it helps to know the best shopping secrets. Our household savings expert, Jeanette Pavini, went on the Better Show this week to talk about some of the best kept secrets of the holiday season. Read on or watch the video. Live chat is for customer service. It’s not just for technical support. Think of it as your online customer service agent and use it to ask the Read more ...

Official Unofficial Holiday 2013 Savings Calendar

Now that the holiday season is in full swing, consumers are looking for ways to score the best deals on their shopping lists. Our annual Official Unofficial Holiday Savings Calendar for 2013 is live, giving shoppers the inside scoop they need to snag the best deals this year. Including everything from coupon codes to the best days to ship packages to when to buy the turkey, this guide is the first Read more ...

Save on Sports, Concert and Theater tickets from Scorebig.com

Imagine your friend tells you about this great concert happening next week and wants to know if you are interested in going. You go to a ticket website and see that the concert isn’t too expensive, so you go to buy your ticket. After filling out all your contact and billing information, the total price on the ticket is much higher than you originally thought it would be. That reasonably priced Read more ...

Tuesday News Day: Discounted Designer Goods, Twitter Alerts and More!

We are officially 12 weeks away from Christmas Eve. This week, your Tuesday News Day is all about making the holiday season affordable and stress-free. Learn why it’s so important to book holiday airfare right now and where to buy designer accessories at a deep discount. Get secondhand designer goods at a discount you can trust. Got champagne taste on a beer budget? New site LXR & Co. Read more ...

Your Guide to Supermarket Lingo

The average supermarket carries tens of thousands of items, so it can be hard to simply remember the name of your kids’ favorite cereal bars, let alone keep up on all of grocery store lingo flying through the aisles. Here’s a guide to some common grocery store terminology. Know these definitions, and you may even save a few dollars on your next trip through the aisles. Rain checks are vouchers Read more ...