How to Make More Money at Your Garage Sale

How to Make More Money at Your Garage Sale

If you’re ready to clear some clutter out of your house and make extra money in the process, then grab your price tags and a pen—it’s time for a garage sale!But before you go sticking a sign in your front lawn, consider these tips for increasing your profits. With a few extra touches, you could earn enough selling your clothes, books and treadmill to finish off that $1,000 emergency fund, even pay off a debt or go on a little summer getaway!

Why wait any longer? Let’s get to work!

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9 Easy Tweaks to Make to Your Grocery Budget (Summer Edition!)

9 Easy Tweaks to Make to Your Grocery Budget (Summer Edition!)

Most of us have a love-hate relationship with the grocery store.

We love having food in our fridge, but we hate figuring out what to cook, shopping for all the ingredients, and handing over our hard-earned cash each week. But we’ve all got to eat!

So how can you save more time and money on this necessary task?

While there’s no magic number for how much your grocery budget should be (that varies based on family size and income), there are some easy ways to keep your family fed for less. Especially during the summer months when fresh fruits and veggies are on sale!

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The Summer Tech Detox That Will Save You Money

The Summer Tech Detox That Will Save You Money

It’s summertime! That means more hand-dipped milkshakes, creamy gelatos and hot-fudge-drenched froyos.

Bring on the heat!

Who needs TV when you’re going to be outside eating two scoops of butter pecan every chance you get? (You’ll be walking it off afterward, of course.) In order to save more for your sweet tooth—and all the summer fun you’re about to have—we thought a money-saving tech detox was in order.

Here are three ideas that will help you save more money for whatever adventures await you!

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splitting costs on a group vacation

4 Tips to Deciding Who Pays for What on a Group Getaway

Everything’s bigger when you go on a group vacation with your family or friends. Bigger meals, bigger fun, bigger laughs—and bigger costs.

To avoid big awkwardness when it comes to paying for the trip—like splitting the dinner check equally when you get a salad and someone else orders steak—it’s smart to decide who pays for what before you start packing. The sooner you determine that, the more time you have to focus on the fun!

For that next group getaway, set your ‘best way to pay for this’ strategy with these four tips.

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