How to Avoid Subscription Overload

It starts out innocently enough. You sign up for a monthly delivery of razor blades or skin care samples or any one of the hundreds of subscription services currently available. It’s convenient, relatively inexpensive, and it’s fun to receive something in the mail you actually want to get. So you try another subscription, and another, and befor...


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6 Simple Ways To Reduce Expenses During Retirement

When it comes to Americans and retirement savings, the statistics are sobering. Nearly 70-percent of Americans think they will outlive their retirement savings, while just over 20-percent have no money all set aside for retirement. But no matter how much you have saved for retirement, it makes sense to cut down on living costs once you stop working...


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It’s Time to Cut the Cord and Save Money

As cable and satellite bills grow from year-to-year, more consumers than ever are making the decision to “cut the cord.” And why not? Cutting the cord allows consumers to save money — as much as $85 per month according to one recent study — while being more intentional about the media they choose to consume. With streaming services gaini...