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Savings Throughout the House, Room by Room: Frugal Kitchen

Second article in a series featuring many ways to save money in every room of the house. From the basement to the attic: today’s article provides some tips for saving money in the kitchen. Countless articles here and other blogs cover ways to save using coupons and knowledge of the game of grocery [...]

How to Save on Razor Blades

Men’s razor blades can be very expensive, easily costing $15 to $35 for a package of replacement cartridge blades- however I may have found a couple of cheaper solutions: one is an online service called Dollar Shave Club (DSC). I cringe every time a single item at the grocery store costs $15 or [...]

Gullible Consumers Buying Bad Products

Have you ever bought a product but later discovered it was a piece of junk? Trevor Moore is a comedian that demonstrates how gullible some consumers are. He hocks awful products that he creates that don’t work. His brand Winnovations comes up with all kinds of ridiculous products that people [...]

How to Pick a College Major

Are you a youth and planning to go to college? Maybe you are an adult and want to go in a totally different direction in your career. Then there are those that want to stay in the same industry but specialize in a particular area of study. Whichever group you are in, you need to go back to school, [...]

Most Popular MoneyEducate Personal Finance Articles of 2012

2012 was the first full year I have been consistently blogging at MoneyEducate, and the following articles were the some of the most popular ones of last year. This is a pretty good mix of articles about saving money and general financial planning topics. Hyundai and Kia overstated gas [...]

Weekending Financial Scorecard 1/18/13

Here’s the most important financial data that you need to know to be fairly well informed. Each Friday evening I post the data of 8 financial market’s, and 10 economic indicator’s weekending scorecard. As of 1/18/2013: FINANCIALS: The stock market increased a bit, home mortgage interest rates [...]

Weekending Financial Scorecard

Here’s the most important financial data that you need to know to be fairly well informed, or at least sound that way at the Holiday cocktail party. Each Friday evening I post the data of 8 financial market’s, and 10 economic indicator’s weekending scorecard. As of 11/30/12 What the heck happened [...]
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