Posts Tagged with: Saving Money

When you need gas, do you just look for the sign with the cheapest gas? Does the brand of gasoline not matter to you? After a $700 car repair due to a clogged sensor, I was motivated to do a little research on which stations have the best gas. To my surprise, there is a   

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If you’re like me and like free stuff, then you should have a library card. Libraries offer great resources far beyond books these days. This tutorial on how to download free magazines for iPads and tablets doesn’t require you to set foot in your library, and you don’t have to worry about late fees! No   

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Have you joined the “Cord Cutting” community by cancelling your cable TV service but feel left out from watching the Super Bowl? Fox gave an unexpectedly generous  solution to this dilemma by announcing Fox will stream the Super Bowl for free to desktops and iPads. Here’s how to get setup on your iPad before the   

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According to Forrester Research, online shopping will account for 10% of all U.S. retail sales by 2017. In exchange for immediate gratification, ease of returns, and in-person customer service, buying products online will normally save you money. With the advent of Amazon and other online stores, it’s easy to save money shopping online for everything from   

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Using rechargeable batteries to power your electronics saves money and is better for the environment.  The cost of a standard AA battery is about .30 cents.  An Eneloop rechargeable AA battery costs $2.50 and .04 cents for each recharge.  I made a graph below illustrating that a rechargeable battery will begin to save you money   

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