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    Booking your trip with a travel agent: Does it save you money?

    Category: Travel
    You’re considering an upcoming vacation, and you haven’t booked with a travel agent before. Is it worth looking into, and can a travel agent actually save you money on your trip? A travel agent will usually earn commission on the vacations they plan, and therefore won’t usually charge anything to customers upfront (although a small […]
    Tags: budget travel, travel agents
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    4 money-saving tips for online shopping

    Category: Shopping
    Online shopping is a great thing—all you need is a decent Internet connection and a device that can go on the web, and you can order just about anything, regardless of where you are or what time it is. Not only is it extremely convenient—especially if you have physical limitations that can make it difficult […]
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    6 money-saving airfare tips

    Category: Travel
    If you’re planning a trip, you’ll quickly realize that the cost of airfare can quickly eat into your vacation budget. In fact, depending on where you’re going, it can easily be the most expensive part of any trip. The following tips, however, can help you when it comes to saving money on airfare: Be flexible […]
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    How to save money when dining out, continued

    Category: Personal Finances
    Food is just one of the expenses that can’t be avoided, and without even realizing it, can add up fast. In fact, statistics have revealed the typical American family spends roughly $8,000 annually on food, which includes grocery shopping, take-out and delivery, and dining out. Although completely eliminating restaurant visits is one easy way to […]
    Tags: coupons, food costs, gift cards, restaurants
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    How to save money when dining out

    Category: Personal Finances
    Food is just one of the expenses that can’t be avoided, and without even realizing it, can add up fast. In fact, statistics have revealed the typical American family spends roughly $8,000 annually on food, which includes grocery shopping, take-out and delivery, and dining out. Although completely eliminating restaurant visits is one easy way to […]
    Tags: coupons, food costs, gift cards, restaurants
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    How to save money on your wedding

    Category: Personal Finances
    Did you know that weddings in the US cost, on average, $26,444 per couple? If you need to significantly cut down on your wedding expenses, the following tips from some individuals working in the industry can be helpful: Prioritizing “We recommend that couples prioritize what is most important to them on the wedding day and […]
    Tags: large expenses, weddings
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    How to save money on dry cleaning

    Category: Personal Finances
    When it comes to certain pieces of clothing, there is no way to avoid the expense of dry cleaning, as traditional laundering would ruin the fabric. Whether you dry clean your wardrobe on a routine basis, or you just need to clean one item for a special occasion, dry cleaning costs can easily be slashed […]
    Tags: clothing, coupons, discounts, dry cleaning
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    How to save money on clothes

    Category: Shopping
    Keeping up with the latest trends can be challenging if you’re on a tight budget, but that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style if you’re trying to save money. The next time you need to shop for clothes, try some of the following tips, which can help you save: Tax advantages Tax laws on […]
    Tags: clothing, online shopping, sales, taxes, thrift stores, yard sales
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    How to get a credit increase

    Category: credit
    Whether establishing credit for the first time, or bouncing back after years of poor credit, it’s likely that you’ll start off with a low credit limit when you are issued a credit card. After some time has passed and you’ve made timely payments, you might qualify for a credit increase automatically, but it’s not always […]
    Tags: applying for credit, credit increase
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    5 money tips for international travel

    Category: Travel
      If you’re getting ready for international travel, you’re likely busy with preparations for your flight, lodging, activities, and more. During all the planning, it can be easy to overlook some important financials that you shouldn’t forget about. Before you leave for your trip, keep the following money tips in mind:  Carry your money wisely […]
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