Developing a pre-interview ritual can put some of your worries on autopilot and ensure you arrive at the interview loose and ready. It will leave you looking good and feeling confident. Read on for the time line to pre-interview excellence.
Cooking at home is the best way to save cash, but it’s nice to go out sometimes, too. Check out Frugal Foodie every Friday for a selection of the latest coupons for casual and fancy fare. This week: free coffee and fries, extra gift card values and discounts for charity, among other deals.
Textbooks are expensive and can set you back hundreds of dollars. One money-saving tips we hear often these days is to consider renting textbooks instead of buying. But depending on resale value of used textbooks and whether you’ll use them for multiple semesters, renting might not necessarily be the most wise decision from a financial perspective.
But there have to be some who really love their jobs, right? There must be those who don’t cringe when they hear the alarm go off on a Monday morning, because they know they’re about to spend a week doing what fulfills them. I’ve heard of these people. I’ve never met any of them but, as with Santa Claus, I’m willing to believe they exist in order to preserve my optimism.
Last week, Japanese automaker Honda announced it is discontinuing production of its Element, a compact SUV that enticed some drivers with its roomy and washable interior — but put off many more with its lack of visual appeal. During its nine...
Daily deal websites are a dime a dozen these days, from Groupon, to Living Social and Tippr, to the hundreds of smaller sites aspiring to ride the wave of group buying success. The deals can be pretty great. But signing up to get all of the alerts means your inbox will be inundated with daily deal emails, not to mention the time you’ll spend sifting through to find those that meet your needs. Here are three services that do the work for you.
We present, once again, the “under-$10” challenge, where preparing a hearty family meal should set you back no more than $10 for ingredients. As with our earlier challenges (check them out here and here), we asked food and finance bloggers, as well as chefs and home cooks, to send in their best suggestions: this time, for a favorite holiday meal fit for family get-togethers, parties or other celebrations.
In this infographic, we’ve compiled a list of the richest Americans of all time, along with a look of their net worth at death (if applicable, and in 2010 dollars), how they amassed that wealth and the industries they helped build along the way.
Imagine you found one online retailer selling a plasma TV for $3,000, and another selling the exact same TV for $1000. No catches—a threefold difference in price. No one buys an expensive product when they’re selling the same one for a fraction of the price just a click away, right? They do if the product is a 529 college savings plan.