Kids are expensive. If you’re a parent, I’m probably not telling anything you didn’t already know. But, the most recent statistics say that a single child can cost up to $500,000 to raise until the age of 18. Yikes!
Let’s take a look at where these numbers are coming from and try to determine how we might be able to save some money. There’s no reason Junior has to cost you that much.
There are plenty of good reasons to love Fall, but its food has to be near the top of the list. Tis the season for sales on apples, pumpkins, and plenty of squash. As the weather turns brisk, soups begin to make a comeback, and warm, homemade bread is at the top of everyone’s wish list. So, in the spirit of the season, I’ve put together a few Fall favorites that are priced well under $1 per serving.
The pumpkin bagels might be my favorite. You gotta try ‘em.
In the last article we looked at cheap cell phone plans, but that’s only half of the equation. Home phone service gets cheaper every year due to advances in technology. The internet has paved the way for nearly free phone service. We’re going to take a look at the pros and cons of 4 specific companies – each costing less than $10 per month for unlimited calls.
If you’re like most of the civilized world, you have a cell phone and it’s costing you a bundle. My wife and I have a cell phone that we pay $3.33/month for, but we only get 200 minutes for a 3 month period. For some people, that’s enough. For others, that’s laughable.
We’re going to discuss the cheapest cell phone plans for EVERYONE today. We’ll look at the best emergency phone plans, we’ll look at the best unlimited talk, text, and data plans for your super duper phone, and we’ll find frugal plans for everyone in between. While it’s true that we don’t all have the same cell phone needs, the one absolute that never changes is that we ALL want to save some money. So, what are we waiting for?
Saving money on your electric bill doesn’t have to mean living in the dark. There are plenty of ways to slash your next bill without becoming Amish. We’re going to look at 7 of the most effective methods and also determine whether unplugging appliances when they’re not in use is really worth your effort.