Buyer’s remorse! If you miss the return window written out in a store’s return policy, there is another way to get your money back for unwanted shopping purchases. Credit cards offer return protection.
Your baby nursery and closet are as full as your heart when your bundle of joy arrives. Soon you realize many of those items will never come out of the box, or they don’t work like you expected. Must have baby products become baby products you don’t really need.
Spring break! The time of year northerners travel south. Florida is a hot spot for vacations, but also ripoffs. Car rental companies are charging tourists high fees to drive the rental car through an automated toll booth. If you don’t ask the right questions at the rental car counter, you could pay a big high car rental toll road fees.
The 5 rental car extra fees you should expect, and which ones you should think about if you’re traveling with a family.
Free money. Who doesn’t like that? Even if you’ve heard about unclaimed funds, read on. You may learn a new way to find unclaimed cash. It doesn’t all end up in the same spot.
Used cars issues are a top consumer complaint. Drivers buy used cars full of hope, only to have it dashed as soon as they drive off the lot. Unfortunately, you have few options once you leave the lot. That’s why you need to research a used car before you buy it.
Dreaming of your next vacation, but don’t want to go over budget? There are easy steps you can take to save 30-60% on your next vacation.
March is best known for March Madness and St. Patrick’s Day, but there are deals for other products too. What to buy in March if you want to save a lot of money.
Love is in the air, but will you be in love with the price you pay for Valentine’s Day flowers? The prices skyrocket around Valentine’s Day, but there are ways to save money on Valentine’s Day flowers.
Fresh flowers are beautiful, but they are costly considering some die within days. The 4 questions you need to ask the florist to make sure you are not disappointed with the flowers.