Do you ever wonder if you’re better off making a digital purchase or shopping in store? In the July issue of Consumer Reports, find out where to find the best deals on everyday essentials. Andrea shares her insight and tips to help you save money both online and in store.
With egg prices flying high due to an Avian Flu outbreak that’s killed 48 million chickens and turkeys recently, restaurants and bakeries are scrambling to find ways to reduce their costs. Unfortunately, that means higher prices passed on to the consumer.
Andrea offers ways to enjoy activities, fitness classes and even restaurant fare for free this season.
With lists getting longer and supplies getting pricier, it can be tough to stick to a back-to-school budget, especially when your kids have their own supply preferences.
Over half (56%) of divorced couples claim money problems contributed to their split. While serious financial tensions escalate over time, newlyweds can nip them in the butt before resentment sets in by addressing these 5 financial faux pas early on.
Over the last decade, parents have spent 42% more on back-to-school supplies with total spending expected to exceed $630 per child this year.