Category: Money SavingThe analysis published under this category are as follows.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Who wants to talk about the Phillips Curve, the Taylor Rule, or Triffin Dilemma? They might have cool names, but once you dive into the details, the emotion goes flatter than a day-old beer.
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Sunday, October 30, 2016
Halloween Money Saving - How to Make a SCARY Pumpkin Lantern for Kids! / Personal_Finance / Money Saving
For get buying any expensive gear or toys. Instead here's my easy to follow fun low cost money saving activity to do with your kids on Halloween, which is to make a scary pumpkin lantern! I'll show you how in this easy to follow step by step guide -
1.Choose a large pumpkin
2.Use s sharp knife to cut off the top
3.Dig out the insides, with a spoon and / or your hands. This is the toughest!
4. Use a marker pen to draw a simple outline of a face on the pumpkin. Eyes, Nose, Toothy Mouth.
5.... Watch the video!
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Legoland, Alton Towers... Grown Ups Go FREE 2016, 2017 on Kellogg's, Crunchy Nut, Rice Krispies... / Personal_Finance / Money Saving
The easter school holidays have just begun with parents seeking ways to keep their kids entertained during the 2 week holiday that will likely include a trip to a major UK theme park. We'll here is some great news, Kellogg's are running a promotion that allows entry into the UK's top theme parks until June 2017! So plenty of time to use the vouchers to gain entry into 14 UK theme parks that include Alton Towers, Legoland, Chessington, the Dungeon, Sea Life, Shreks Adventure and Madame Tussaud's.Read full article... Read full article...
Monday, February 08, 2016
How to Save Money By Growing Your Own Homegrown Tomatoes Indoors From Seeds / Personal_Finance / Money Saving
February is the right time of year to get started growing your own vegetables of which given the high shop prices tomatoes should be at the top of ones list. In this comprehensive guide spanning a whole years worth of growing I will show how literally anyone, even a child can easily grow hundreds of tomatoes indoors in a small pot from seed germination, to planting, to hand pollination, to pruning and then enjoying the fruits for a whole years worth of money saving crops of healthy fresh organically home grown tomatoes, good for your financial and physical health as well as delivering a lot of self satisfaction.Read full article... Read full article...
Monday, December 07, 2015
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Tuesday, March 17, 2015
How to Grow Tomatoes Indoors From Seed, Germination, Pruning, Over 1 Year - Money Saving Guide / Personal_Finance / Money Saving
In this comprehensive guide spanning a whole year, I will show how literally anyone, even a 9 year old child can easily grow tomatoes indoors from seed germination, planting, pollination, pruning and then enjoying the fruits of a whole year of crops of hundreds of healthy fresh organically grown tomatoes that in addition to self satisfaction will save you lots of money!Read full article... Read full article...
Friday, November 07, 2014
Tesco Empire Strikes Back, £5 off £40 Discount Voucher Spend Explained, Exclusions Warning! / ConsumerWatch / Money Saving
Tesco, Britain's super market giant that continuous to implode as a consequence of a soaring debt mountain against a collapse in profits, a crisis further compounded by multiple investigations into financial irregularities by the regulator and SFO - Serious Fraud Office, appears to be going for broke by launching back to back £5 off vouchers for £40 spend on your next £40 shop offers in an attempt to reclaim its lost customers from the discount retailers.Read full article... Read full article...
Sunday, December 01, 2013
Mark Ford writes: Many times, the things/experiences that give us the greatest joy are free.
But oftentimes, money is involved. And when that's the case, we have to weigh the cost of the thing/experience against the pleasure we will get from it.
One example: owning a home...
In Automatic Wealth, I argued that one of the most important things you can do to become rich is to get off the "moving-on-up train" and be satisfied with the house you have.Read full article... Read full article...
Friday, October 18, 2013
Whom Would You Trust with Your Savings: Your Grandfather or Big Brother? / Personal_Finance / Money Saving
My grandfather was named William Smith, and he was about as common a man as his name implies. He was an army sergeant in WW II, then came home and ran the family farm when the war was over. I doubt he ever heard of Keynesian or Austrian economic theories, but his words of wisdom made it clear just where he stood.Read full article... Read full article...
Monday, September 09, 2013
Kaspersky recently announced the release of the latest version of their award winning Internet Security software. Unfortunately the Kaspersky website sells a 12month licence for the product for a cost of £40 for a single computer or £50 for 3 computers.Read full article... Read full article...
Thursday, August 22, 2013
When my wife Jo and I decided to sell our home in Illinois, the first question we asked ourselves was, "What are we going to do with all our stuff?" Somehow our children, neighbors, friends, the Salvation Army, and a moving van would have to magically make it disappear sometime before we closed escrow at the end of the month.
My many theories about stuff have proven to be true over the dozen or more homes I've lived in during the last 73 years. First off, no matter the size of the home, it's always full of stuff within five years. When we sold our home in Pensacola along with all of its furnishings, we managed to fill the next one to the brim in no time flat.Read full article... Read full article...
Friday, January 18, 2013
Alexander Green writes: One of the biggest points of contention in the last election was whether the rich pay their fair share of taxes. Polls show the majority of voters don’t believe they do.
Of course, this begs the questions: Who is “rich” and what is “fair?”
Answers are largely a matter of opinion. But here is a fact: IRS figures show that the top 10% of income earners make 43% of all the income and pay 70% of all the taxes. Is that fair? If not, how much should they pay: 75%… 90%… all of it? And how about the now widely recognized fact – thanks to Mitt Romney’s secret videographer – that 47% of Americans don’t pay any income taxes. Is that fair? Opinions will vary.Read full article... Read full article...
Friday, December 23, 2011
UK Pre-Christmas Holiday Shopping Sales 2011, Retailers Deep Discounts: 23rd Dec / Personal_Finance / Money Saving
With the UK economy fast decelerating as a consequence of continuing economic austerity, rising unemployment and the bankrupting Eurozone plunging into another recession or worse, this sets the scene for UK shoppers to enjoy deep discounts in the annual sales with many distressed retailers already offering discounts ahead of Christmas of as much as 75% in an attempt at boosting consumer interest as so far December retail sales have failed to live upto retailer expectations.Read full article... Read full article...
Monday, September 12, 2011
My Advice to Young People, Save, Multiple Streams of Income, Eliminate Debt and Acquire Some Physical Gold / Personal_Finance / Money Saving
Over the last few years I've been freely dispensing financial advice to young people. I usually preface my remarks by saying, "I feel funny telling you what to do with your life, but since I'm bald you know I'm older and that I worry a lot." In the present article I'll summarize my recommendations. I am comfortable reproducing them for wide distribution, because they are conservative tips that would be appropriate in any setting, but are particularly important given my dire views on the Western economies.Read full article... Read full article...
Monday, December 27, 2010
UK Sales Bank Holiday Monday, Discounts List Update and Buying Tips / Personal_Finance / Money Saving
SALES - 27th DEC 2010 UPDATE - The worst weather for decades coupled with economic austerity and the January 4th VAT hike from 17.5% to 20%, set the scene for shoppers to enjoy deep discounts in the annual sales with many distressed retailers making deep discounts of at least 50% and as much as 75%.Read full article... Read full article...