People looking for a good deal are constantly searching for cheap items that outlast expensive ones. Believe it or not, in the personal finance realm, people often debate whether you not you should view your purchases as investments. For example, for … [Read more...] about 3 Cheap Items That Outlast Expensive Ones
Price gouging is the charging of an excessive amount for goods or services to a level considered unethical. People pay obscene prices when they feel they have no other choice. With the onset of the COVID-19, pandemic price gouging has occurred … [Read more...] about COVID-19 Price Gouging and How to Avoid It
Some retailers will let you return anything under any circumstances. I once purchased an artificial Christmas tree on sale from Walmart in December and returned it in July. I returned an unopened Aerobed to Costco a full year after I purchased it. … [Read more...] about Return Policy Comparison: The Worst Five Retailers
Coming up with gift ideas for college aged young adults can be a tough task. When my son was young his letter to Santa was literally pages long. But as he's gotten older the number of requests has shrunk, although the price tag has gone up. If you're … [Read more...] about Ten Gifts Under 25 Dollars For College Students
(Image by Sicnag via CC BY-SA 2.0) I was talking to a friend about ideas for the best classic cars for investment and one phrase came to mind: Starsky and Hutch! (God, I love that show.) Starsky and Hutch was a TV cop show that aired for four … [Read more...] about What Are The Best Classic Cars for Investment?
Let's begin by saying that there's a stark difference between being tired and burned out. We've all been there when getting out of bed on a gloomy autumn day seems impossible and staying focused at a desk an insurmountable feat. Days like these are … [Read more...] about Studies Suggest Work Burnout Causes Poor Financial Decision Making