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Browsing the "Best Buy" Tag

Debt Lunacy and Gold

I rarely watch business commentators on the news. After-all, when they are telling you what’s happening it’s already old news and most of their opinions are meant to get a rise out of you, not really inform you. The other [...]

January 10, 2011 Freedom by Friday

8 Ways To Save Money Next Weekend

A Holiday Buyer’s Market The most important weekend for retailers and economic forecasters is quickly approaching. Black Friday is only 9 days away. For penny pinchers and deal lovers like me this is our Mecca, our annual trip where we [...]

November 17, 2010 Easy Street
How To and Where To Shop Online

How To and Where To Shop Online

According to Forbes in 1998 online spending reached $13 billion. In 2009 it was $156 billion. That’s quite an increase. Our time spent online is increasing too. It’s estimated that the average American spends 13 hours a week online. Most [...]

July 28, 2010 Easy Street

Going Against The Crowd!

No Inventory, Billing, Customer Complaints, Employees, Storefronts or Bosses Breathing Down Your Neck! And This Business is Mobile! Dear Entrepreneur: Some people have been horrified by the recent swings in the stock market. And rightly so… most of these “swings” [...]

July 23, 2010 Weekend Business Blueprint

The New Age Piggy Bank

Reaching Your Short Term Financial Goals… Quickly July… The month when America turns a year older. It also marks the midpoint of your fiscal year. With half the year gone by already it’s a good time to do a check [...]

July 7, 2010 Easy Street

Double-Dip?

Last week retail bell-weather Best Buy (BBY-NYSE) reported disappointing earnings. As the CEO Brian Dunn put it “store traffic is “choppy,” adding that “consumer spending is episodic … It appears that customers are operating on cues from the broader environment.” [...]

June 21, 2010 Freedom by Friday
Monthly Bill Scams

Monthly Bill Scams

Cut The Cord There it was, sitting in my mailbox. It looks innocent enough. A plain white envelope with a little bit of red and black ink sprawled across it. I can see my name peeking out through the clear [...]

April 21, 2010 Easy Street