Saving Money

How I Save – Prioritizing Spending & Tracking My Progress

by Ryan Guina January 13, 2015

This post is part of the TaxACT How I Save blog tour which teaches you ways to keep more money in your pocket. Last year, TaxACT saved America over $240 million on tax preparation. How much can you save? To learn more about tips and strategies on saving, click here. There is a famous quote […]

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Cancel Your Cell Phone Contract Without Paying Fees

by Ryan Guina January 6, 2015

The early termination fees that cell phone companies charge are outrageous! Most companies charge anywhere from $150-200 to cancel your contract before you fulfill the terms. In the past I got out of a cell phone phone contract with Verizon by transferring my phone number and contract to a friend. I was able to avoid the paying the $175 […]

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2014 Veterans Day Free Meals

by Ryan Guina November 10, 2014

Veterans Day is a day to remember and thank military members for their service in the armed forces. As a military veteran, it always humbles me to see the thanks given by so many people on Veterans Day. Though none of us served for recognition, it is nice (and humbling) to be thanked for your […]

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Invest in Your Health with These 4 Free Low Impact Exercises

by John Schroeder May 5, 2014

One of the most important long term investments you will ever make is to your health. I would argue that taking care of your body is more important from a financial standpoint than any other investment you will ever make. The long term financial impacts from living a healthy lifestyle will provide a huge return […]

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Why Your Second Car Should Be a Beater Car

by Kevin Mercadante April 18, 2014

It’s become a fact of life for many families that there should be at least one car for each adult member of every household. Often, that arrangement includes late-model cars. And with late-model cars, that more often than not includes a car loan. While we might think about it as the new normal in our […]

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Could You Make Money in the “Sharing Economy”?

by Miranda Marquit April 17, 2014

If you’ve been paying attention to trends in the world of business and finance, you probably know that there has been increased interest recently in what is known as the “sharing economy.” In this setup, you make money by sharing your own resources, usually your car or your home. According to an estimate from FlightCar, […]

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5 Awesome Free Exercises that Will Help You Get in Shape

by John Schroeder February 14, 2014

Who says you need an expensive gym membership to get in shape. Exercising does not need to cost a lot of money or take a bunch of your time. Getting fit doesn’t even require any exercise equipment and can easily be done in your home. If you are looking to save some money on gym […]

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