December 2006

The Rules of Regifting

by Justin Weinger on December 26, 2006

ShareTweet With the holiday season having mostly come and gone and after nearly every gift has been exchanged, there’s really only one thing left to take care of: what in the world are you going to do with all the gifts that you don’t like/have no use for? Thankfully, MSN Money columnist MP Dunleavey has […]


Ways to Make Your Christmas Tree Last

by Justin Weinger on December 23, 2006

ShareTweet It’s that time of year again; time for you to go out and get the family Christmas tree.  Here are some tips to help make sure your Christmas stays green for a long time, which will not only make it look better, but will make the tree safer: Cut your own tree.  Obviously, by […]


Bankruptcies Drop to 10 Year Low

by Justin Weinger on December 7, 2006

ShareTweet Thanks in large part to much tougher laws and regulations, the number of people who filed bankruptcy in the past year has fallen by nearly 40% and now sits at a 10 year low. According to the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, the number of individuals and businesses filing for bankruptcy protection […]


Find Free Activities

by Justin Weinger on December 2, 2006

ShareTweet With movie tickets costing over $10, amusement park admission costing over $50 and many sporting events costing over $100, it certainly seems like inexpensive and entertaining polar opposites. However, contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to spend a ton of money in order to have a good time.  In fact, there are plenty […]