Category: How to coupon

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  • 11 things to never again take on vacation

    Vacations are supposed to be relaxing, rejuvenating. But far too often we unwittingly strip away much of that relaxation and actually add to our stress by taking things we won’t need or even use. If you’d like to simplify your vacation travels, here are 11 things to never again take…

  • Father’s Day gift round-up, including money makers!

    The right Father’s Day gift can be tricky. You want something that says how special Dad is and how much you love him – and another tie or new socks definitely aren’t the answer. So we put together a Father’s Day gift round-up with ideas we think appeal to a wide range of Dads. And we even found some money makers!

  • Student Loan Crisis: How to get cash and avoid loans

    America’s Money Answers Man, Jordan Goodman, author of the book The Ultimate Guide to Student Loans, is drawing attention to the crisis in the student loan industry. Knowing how to get cash and avoid loans is more critical than ever. Employ these 6 ways to avoid a student loan crisis or how to get out of one.

  • How to launch your kids to the head of the class

    We all want to see our children succeed and do well. One of the best ways is to start them out while they’re young. That’s why I wanted to introduce you to the Age of Learning, Inc., and ABCmouse.com® Early Learning Academy.

  • Are you ready for an easy way to earn more?

    As a fan of SavingsAngel, you’re already familiar with the popular rebate app Ibotta. Our store lists include the Ibotta rebate info on hundreds of items each week. What you may not know is that Ibotta has just released a new app making it easier than ever to earn more.

  • How to prevent summer dumbing down

    Whether we like it or not, “summer slide” – that is, the loss of knowledge already learned – is very real. According to stats compiled by OxfordLearning.com, on average, students lose up to 2.6 months’ worth of math progress and up to 2 months’ worth of reading skills.

  • Why produce prices are high and what you can do about it

    The reasons for higher prices vary but are mainly location-related. According to USFoods.com, there are several significant supply and demand fluctuations this month, affecting prices, with more to come. Even with all the price fluctuations, we found 6 different ways you can still get the produce you want without blowing your budget.