The latest deep freeze may have you pining for summer and that one- to two-week respite in the sun you enjoy each year. If you haven’t made your travel plans yet, doing so now can save you money.
Several years of economic austerity have taken its toll on America’s seniors. These are individuals that typically live on a fixed income and must keep their costs under control.
You may know all the tricks for saving money while Christmas shopping including hitting stores on Black Friday, shopping on Cyber Monday, and keeping an eye on newspaper and postal service circulars.
Visits to the dentist can set you back several hundred dollars for just an oral exam and a cleaning. Have two or three cavities filled or seek out other work beyond the basics and your bill can easily top $1,000.
Are you planning a trip this summer? If so, will you be taking your own car or will you be looking to rent one?
New tires can cost your more than $150 each with a set of four tires setting you back by at least $500. Add in labor, an extended warranty and possibly a payment plan and your transaction can easily top $700 if you are not careful.
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Tweet Travel by air may remain just as popular as ever, but if you’re planning to fly, expect to see double-digit fare increases from over one year ago. And those