November 21st, 2012

Link Roundup: Smart Shopping: 8 Tips for Savvier Black Friday Shopping

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Black Friday

 

Smart Shopping: 8 Tips for Savvier Black Friday Shopping “While we’re not against shopping, we’re all for you preserving your financial health and doing it wisely. Here are eight tips for surviving and thriving this Black Friday weekend, and all of the shopping days ahead.” Money Under 30

Make Sure You Get that Rebate “One of the ways that you can spend less on certain purchases is to buy items that come with rebates. A rebate can mean that you spend anywhere between 50 cents and $20 less on an item. Sometimes you can see an even bigger reduction in the amount that you spent, thanks to a rebate.” MoneyNing

Are Your Finances a Wreck? “As the housing crisis worsens and the economy looks increasingly weak, most Americans are facing the reality that their finances are in a bit of a wreck. Chronic overspending, a lack of savings and too much bad debt has left many in a financial condition that they would prefer not to be in. Here are some top warning signs that your finances are in a wreck, and how to get out of the problem.” Rich Credit Debt Loan

6 ways to save your sanity (and money) on Black Friday “While I might not want to spend any money, Black Friday is still a great time to pick up a bargain. We definitely don’t want to overspend though, especially when remembering my Epic Fail on Black Friday 2010. Here are 6 ways to save money on Black Friday.” Retire by 40

How To Eat Healthy & Inexpensively “Everyone wants to eat healthy these days. Your health is priceless! Many claim, however, that it’s impossible to eat healthy on a limited food budget. But I would beg to differ; cheap meal ideas abound, and there are lots of ways to prepare your food inexpensively.” The Digerati Life

The 11 Biggest Retirement Lies We Tell Ourselves “Retirement might be a long-term financial responsibility, but it should not be overlooked. LearnVest warns us about these lies we tell ourselves when it comes to saving for the future.” SavvySugar

The Lifetime Cost of Your Lattes “Much is said in personal finance about the cost of a daily cup of coffee. But can foregoing your morning latte really improve your financial situation?” Money Blue Book

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  1. Can I take this moment to comment about Cyber Monday? I found that a couple of my favorite retailers sent (or I received) Cyber Monday deals day of, but at like 11:30pm. For instance, when I woke up today, Tuesday, I had an email from Gamestop that I didn’t have when I went to bed at 2am, technically on Tuesday. Anybody know what’s up with that?

    Katherine at 12:54 pm on November 27, 2012

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