Category: Saving Money

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What I've Been Learning About Tidying and Minimalism

For the past few months, I've made it a point to review at least one book a month as part of my Money at 30 column on Dyer News. While I've enjoyed most of the books I've read for this effort, more often than not, I write my review and...

The Ultimate Guide to Shopping and Saving at Aldi

After shopping at Aldi for the past three years or so, it’s easy to see why this discount grocery chain is currently undergoing a sizable expansion. Thanks to some clever efficiency measures, great deals, and tasty private-label goods, Aldi has grown to become one of my favorite places to shop.

Splurge Smarter: What to Consider Before Spending Your Money

When it comes to saving money, so-called "splurging" may very well seem like the ultimate enemy. I assume that, when most people think of what it means to splurge, it mostly involves spending hard-earned money on foolish things you don't need thanks to some random impulse you have. While that...

Are Warehouse Clubs Worth it for Couples? The Pros and Cons

For as long as I can remember — including back when it was Price Club pre-merger — my dad has been a Costco devotee, filling our home with all things Kirkland. Therefore, I had plenty of first-hand experience with warehouse clubs and the products they offered. Of course, there's a...

Purchasing a Vehicle: Buying New vs. Leasing. vs. Buying Used

Last year, for the first time since I was 20 years old, I purchased a new car. Well, more accurately, my wife and I bought a new to us car. Prior to landing on this decision, we considered different routes for replacing our aging sedan — including buying a truly new...

Frugal Valentine's Day Date Ideas to Save You Both Money

Ultimately what's important is making time to spend with your loved one and showing them how much you appreciate them. That said checkout these fun Valentine's Day ideas that won't break your wallet.