Financial Cents: Posts About Saving

How To Save Money on Back to School Supplies

Take stock, wait till you've got your shopping list, and become a master deal seeker to stretch your school supplies budget as far as it can go!

Posted on: August 14, 2018


Rising Bankruptcy Rates Are Threatening America’s Seniors

A new study has found that bankruptcy rates for Americans 65 and older have grown fivefold since 1991—and indicates that a fraying social safety net is to blame.

Posted on: August 08, 2018


4 Simple Ways to Save Money on Your Grocery Bill—While Still Eating Healthy!

Start by planning ahead, stop by the bulk section to avoid costly food waste, then head on over to the frozen aisle to save money on produce—without sacrificing quality!

Posted on: July 23, 2018


8 Handy Tips for Road Tripping on the Cheap

Road tripping across the country may be fun, but the costs can add up fast. Learn how you can save money on gas, lodging, food, and more!

Posted on: July 12, 2018


Emergencies and Divorce: How to Plan For Worst-Case Scenarios

Building an emergency fund is key, as is making sure that both partners in any marriage have a clear understanding of the couple's finances.

Posted on: June 20, 2018


Does Extreme Couponing ACTUALLY Save You Money?

Is it really that simple to hack the power of the noble coupon? It depends on how much time you have. 

Posted on: June 04, 2018


8 Ways To Save Money Today, Tomorrow and Every Day After

Making a budget, automating your savings, and choosing a night in over an expensive evening out are all great ways to save.

Posted on: May 24, 2018


The DO’s and DO NOT’s of Saving For College

DO start saving for college as soon as you can, but DO NOT let those savings interfere with your other financial priorities.

Posted on: May 10, 2018


Saving Strategies to Avoid a High-Interest Cash Advance Loan

The best financial offense is a good financial defense.

Posted on: May 01, 2018


Shopping for Furniture with a Bad Credit Score? Here’s What You Need to Know

Store financing can be a good option, but so is scouring college neighborhoods around graduation and buying furniture that you assemble yourself.

Posted on: April 06, 2018