Washing machine on the blink? Refrigerator not staying cold enough and ruining groceries? Then head on over to your local Sears store and take advantage of this week’s special offer to pick up some much needed new appliances.
Most folks only get their comedy from the television. Whether it’s by watching your favorite sitcom, or from catching a stand-up comedian’s cable special, the TV is the easiest and cheapest way for people to get their funny on, but it can’t compare to live comedy.
So, you’ve decided to lease a car. You’ve done some research based upon your needs and you have discovered that leasing a car will save you some money. Great. Now, it’s time to make sure you get the best deal. Check out the negotiating tips below to help prepare yourself for your trip to the dealership.
This week we are discussing the effects of high credit card annual percentage rates on your money. Do you know what your interest rate is?
According to EnergySavers.gov, the average family spends $1,900 a year on their utility bill. The good news is that there are lots of small things that go a long way to cut down the amount of money you spend on energy.
When your friends came over to watch the big game, did they give you a hard time about the size of your TV? Well, if it’s time for you to upgrade, then be sure to shop around.
Ever noticed how some grocery stores are just so darned pleasant to be in? Other grocery stores are fine and functional, don’t get me wrong. But, some of these grocery stores really know how to do it. The lighting. The music. The samples.
Today, we’re reviewing car leasing. The following images illustrate the basic principles behind leasing a vehicle. After you’ve finished this article, be sure to tune in next week the follow-up post that covers how to negotiate the best deal.