Saving money does not mean always buying the cheapest product. The quality of the product you are buying matters, too. Sometimes, something that costs a little more money will last longer. That might make it a better value! 

Top 5 Smart Thermostats

Your thermostat controls half of your energy bill – more than appliances, more than electronics. So shouldn’t it help you save energy? Today we will look at the top 5 smart thermostats that I recommend. Links for more information about each product can be found here.

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Top 6 Pressure Cookers a Pressure Cooker Saves You Money sourced from Money Crashers.A pressure cooker doesn’t just save you time in the kitchen; it also saves you money. Cooking with a pressure…

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Why An Emergency Fund?

Low-income families with at least $1,000 in an emergency fund were better off financially than middle-class families with less than this amount. Yet it’s interesting that most don’t have enough…

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9 Restaurant Saving Tips

When you go out to eat, you are not only paying for the food and drinks that you order, you are also paying for the cooks, wait staff, ambiance, rent for the building, advertising costs and more. Can you frugal this? The answer is absolute, you can still enjoy a frugal meal and not break the bank… that’s with a little creative thinking.

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