Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Browsing the "money saving tips" Tag

Focus on These 4 to Save Big

Did You Really Buy That NOW? When the Wealth Authority first asked me to share my money saving philosophy with their members my first question was, what IS my philosophy? For most of my life I have been characterized as [...]

December 18, 2019 Easy Street

Your Retirement or Your Kid’s Education

Your Retirement or Your Kid’s Education Your retirement or your kid’s college education?  Which do you choose to save for if you can’t save for both? According to the U.S. Census Bureau, college graduates typically earn one million more in [...]

April 6, 2016 Easy Street

Focus on These 4 to Save Big

Did You Really Buy That NOW? When the League of Power first asked me to share my money saving philosophy with their members my first question was, what IS my philosophy? For most of my life I have been characterized [...]

March 30, 2016 Easy Street

DIY vs Pay – When to Just Pay Up

Long time readers know that I am somewhat of a bookworm. I am constantly reading online newspapers, books, articles, magazines. For me to be able to read I need complete silence. I can’t sit on the couch while the TV [...]

June 24, 2015 Easy Street

Is Nancy Patterson an Extreme Couponer?

Have you ever seen the show Extreme Couponing on TLC?  It’s a television program that profiles die-hard coupon clippers who buy hundreds and sometimes even thousands of dollars’ worth of groceries and other merchandise with coupons to save up to [...]

June 17, 2015 Easy Street

When to Buy Generic and When to Spend More on a Name Brand

Archer Farms, Great Value, Kirkland Signature, Member’s Mark, 365 Everyday Value, Lucerne…any of these names ring a bell with you? These are the generic brands stores sell products under. Supermarkets offer dozens of choices on any given item, generic brands [...]

January 14, 2015 Easy Street