July 24, 2014
I hate spending a lot of money on clothes. Smart shoppers know they don’t have to pay an arm and a leg to dress well. Mitt Romney, who can afford any label he wants, talked on the campaign trail about how he bought Kirkland brand dress shirts at Costco. Seeing an item you bought at full price marked down is always a downer. So, to get some great tips on buying clothes at a discount, I went to Andrea Woroch, a personal finance expert.
July 23, 2014
Not too long ago, I started adding up all the money I was spending on lunch at work and I was shocked out how much money was slipping through my fingers. About the time I ate a wilted spinach salad speckled with green eggs that I bought at a nearby deli, I started thinking there’s got to be a better way. Given that the average American spends nearly $1,000 a year for lunch just two days a week, chances are you may be as frustrated as I was. But here’s the thing, how do you pack a meal that will be appealing by the time the lunch hour rolls around?
July 22, 2014
Saving money is no big sweat when you’re talking about saving on items like clothing or travel. After all, those purchases are discretionary. You can buy them, or you can stay away – it’s all up to you. But when it comes to commuting – well, that’s a must-have. You’ve got to make it to work, so we spoke with John Nielsen, AAA’s automotive engineering and repair managing director, about what you can do to cut back your commuting costs.