401(k) Contribution Limits For 2019 - Consumerism Commentary
401(k) contribution limits can change every year. We’ve got the latest limits released by the IRS for 2019, as well as prior years. 401(k) plans are the primary retirement savings vehicle for the middle class.
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How to Save Money Without Worrying About Coupons
How to Save Money Without Worrying About Coupons. then I look for and print off coupons before I come over and use them. Saved me a few hundred on my last trip and considering stuff there I was buying anyway is way cheaper than here already it was awesome.
How to Save $500 a Month Without Sacrificing Your Lifestyle
So you could save 1/5 of that $500 per month just by paying off your credit cards. And, of course, on $8,000 in debt, your monthly minimum payments could very well cost $500 per month of itself! Sure, it might take you a while to pay off your credit cards, but each month you save on other expenses could be a month closer to this goal.
The Black Friday Hoax - Consumerism Commentary
The Black Friday Hoax. Instead, I found another site and Googled for coupons. I got 40% off, free shipping and no sales tax, and because the color I want will not be available until Feb 2013, I ordered a second pair that will arrive shortly. What a fabulous deal – and the only kind that allowed me to make the purchases.
6 Ways to Get Free Redbox Codes - Consumerism Commentary
Redbox is a great way to watch moves. And while it’s cheap, you can do even better. Here are six ways to get free Redbox codes. I’ll be honest: I can’t even remember the last time I paid just to watch a movie. Between streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and my Amazon Fire Stick, I can always find something good I haven’t seen.
Home Grocery Delivery: Peapod vs. FreshDirect
I occasionally have coupons to use — but not often since they’re usually not worth the hassle for me. If I have one, I use one. FreshDirect has not provided me any coupons thus far, except for a online code for $50 off my first order, then another coupon in the mail for $50 off my first two orders.
The Debt Avalanche: The Correct Way to Pay Off Personal Debt
I paid off one loan and was able to spend $300 more a month on paying the next biggest loan. Once that’s paid off, I’ll have another $900 a month to pay down my largest and highest interest loan, which will let me triple my minimum payment on that loan. That, to me, is a better snowball concept than just motivation.
50 Ways to Pay Off Debt Right Now - Consumerism Commentary
50 Ways to Pay Off Debt Right Now; 50 Ways to Pay Off Debt Right Now. Advertiser Disclosure This article/post contains references to products or services from one or more of our advertisers or partners. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products or services. Switch to a cheaper store, or use coupons. Then put any
Where Dave Ramsey's Debt Snowball Fails - Consumerism
I use coupons avidly, eat out rarely, and buy clothing on clearance or shop at thrifts. I also do some hobby work on the side that covers my gas expenses and kids lunches for school. This has worked for me and my family, and being a single mom, I think I have done pretty darn well! The sacrifice has paid off. Beware of that Ramsey Debt Snowball.
How to Save Money on Groceries Without Skimping on Flavor
How to Save Money on Groceries Without Skimping on Flavor. But remember, you should only clip coupons based off your shopping list, and don’t buy items just because you found a coupon. If you don’t want to buy the Sunday paper and clip coupons all day, you now have a high-tech option. There are plenty of coupon apps available for iPhone
Giving Your ZIP Code to Cashiers - Consumerism Commentary
One of my first jobs as a teenager, twenty-some years ago, was a salesperson at Radio Shack. Our point-of-sale system functioned on phone numbers for some reason, so whenever a customer wanted to purchase something, we asked the customer for his or her phone number. Even if the customer was buying a pack of AA […]