Costs To Consider When Buying A Car

Truck in sunset

The path your car costs are going to take is determined from the time you make the decision – new or used? While most of the costs of either a new or used car will apply to both new or used, it can be worth evaluating the commitment of each cost, and whether it is truly necessary.
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Comparing TV Services With BillShrink

Retro TV

Sadly, BillShrink shut down their services on July 31,2013.

 

Do you wonder if your TV provider (Cable, Satellite, Fiber-Optic) is giving you the best deal possible?

BillShrink has just introduced a service that will compare TV packages in your area based on your preferences and tell you the best television service deal that’s out there.
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Organic Food Is Not Expensive

Red and Green Apple

In a previous article I talked about small steps to eat healthier.

Well, a study is out showing a possible link between certain pesticides and ADHD.  The survey studied over 1,100 children between the ages of 8 and 15.  Interviews with the parents determined which children had ADHD.

The findings then found that for those kids with the most frequent pesticide found in their urine samples, 20% had ADHD as opposed to 10% in kids with no trace amounts.

So I ask you this: Is eating organic food really expensive?

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Eating Healthy on a Budget

fruits and vegetables

Eating is a basic human need, yet for many it is often surrounded by mystery, mystique and confusion – differentiating healthy from non-healthy is often a difficult task.  This, coupled with the challenge of eating healthy while on a budget, intensifies the issue to epidemic proportions.  Searching out the proper way to eat, while also saving on costs, can be an overwhelming task.  Below, I outline the best ways to eat well on a budget, and I hope this will aid in your mission!
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Saving At The Supermarket Is FUN!

Winn Dixie Receipt

My Money Blog posted an article a few months ago talking about the theory of “price targeting”, where companies try to sell the same product to different people at different prices, hoping to come as close to an individuals’ target price as possible.  In the use of price targeting, shoppers are generally broken down into three categories.
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Tax Tips For Parents

W4 Tax Withholding

Having children is a wonderful experience that is priceless in so many ways! But do they cost you a lot!  Fortunately there is some tax help for parents in the form of deductions and claims.  Robert Meighan, vice president at Turbo Tax, has listed some great tax tips for parents:
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You Shouldn’t Buy This If…

Living on the budget is not all about just counting pennies. To save money, you need do your homework and to know how to do research on each of your planned big purchases.  Here’s a quick but useful guide on how to investigate if both the seller and the item should be considered.

Here are some ways to check the seller’s reputation and past records as well as product reviews.

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