October 2006

40% of Consumers Admit to Impulse Buying

by Justin Weinger on October 29, 2006

ShareTweet In a recent poll conducted on Saving Without A Budget, nearly 4 out of every 10 people admitted to being impulse buyers – which may explain America’s growing credit card debt problem. Think about it: how many times have you been in a store and seen something that you thought you just had to […]


Save on Auto Insurance

by Justin Weinger on October 24, 2006

ShareTweet Auto insurance doesn’t have to be as expensive as most people complain it is – and the best part is you probably have a big say in how much you’re going to pay for your auto insurance policy. There are a myriad of factors that go in to figuring out how much your auto […]


Do You Need Pet Insurance?

by Justin Weinger on October 18, 2006

ShareTweet I enjoy reading Liz Pulliam Weston, money guru for MSN Money, and if you don’t read her columns, you should probably look into it as she has a lot of helpful, money saving tips. Today I came across one of her older columns about pet insurance, and whether or not it was a financial […]


Use Open Source Software

by Justin Weinger on October 17, 2006

ShareTweet Let’s say you just got a new computer and you need some sort of word processing software.  Which of the following two scenarios seems like the most appealing to you: Drop $400 on the latest Microsoft Office suite Download some free Open Source software that works just as well as Microsoft Office, is more […]