Archive for November, 2014

14 Ways to Save Even More Money Shopping on Amazon

Posted by Madison on November 26, 2014

We’re gearing up for our third holiday season as Amazon sellers. Over the last few years, I’ve not only learned how to maximize revenue as a seller, but I’ve also learned lots of incredible ways for buyers to save money on purchases! In fact, I still do most of my holiday shopping on Amazon because […]

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This Month’s Most Popular Finance Tips: November

Posted by Madison on November 25, 2014

This month our favorite finance discussion topics were ways to make extra money organizing your clutter, the sharing economy, inexpensive Christmas gifts, Black Friday free stuff and shopping tips, tips from Downsized, and the cost of cutting cable. If you missed the most popular finance tips this month, here’s a quick overview: This Month’s Most […]

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Upromise Rewards Cashback

Posted by Madison on November 20, 2014

Up next in our holiday cash back series is Upromise! Upromise is one of my favorite cash back programs. It’s also a reader favorite… Remember when reader Shaun highlighted Upromise as his go-to cashback program in his $12,000 Amazon Success Story? How to Earn Money with Upromise Sign up for a Upromise account. Earn cashback […]

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Consider These Hidden Costs Before You Cut Your Cable

Posted by Kristen on November 19, 2014

Cable is one of those bills that is completely optional, yet many people have it. If you’ve been diligently trying to cut your household costs, get out of debt, or save more money every month, you’ve probably thought about canceling cable. A market research group, The NDP Group, estimates that the average family will be […]

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Inexpensive Holiday Gifts for Staff

Posted by Kristen on November 18, 2014

Our countdown to the holidays continues this week with our holiday gift guide series! This week we’re focusing on inexpensive holiday gifts for staff. If you have employees or other staff to buy for, we’ve got you covered! The holiday season is a busy time for everyone. With the end of the year closing, it […]

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How to Get Through the Holidays Debt Free

Posted by Don on November 17, 2014

Ahh, the holidays. They are a great time of year. For me they are better now than in the past. This is because in the past, I never budgeted for gifts. In January I would find myself in a few hundred dollars of debt and spend the next few months paying it off, only to […]

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Amazon $10 Gift Cards from Softcard x 15

Posted by Madison on November 14, 2014

During the holidays, I love offers that reward us with Amazon Gift Cards! In fact, I just got my Bing Rewards $5 Amazon Gift Card which my son informed me I should redeem for a refill pack for his favorite holiday toy, the Crayola Marker Maker! The latest Softcard promo offer is for $10 Amazon […]

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SwagBucks Cashback and $5 Sign Up Bonus

Posted by Madison on November 13, 2014

We’re continuing our holiday cash back series with a special offer from Swagbucks! Swagbucks allows you to earn points to exchange for gift cards that you can use for everyday purchases or holiday shopping. I just checked my account and I was pleased to see I still have over 16,000 Swagbucks to cash out (leftover […]

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Target 10% Off Gift Cards on Black Friday

Posted by Madison on November 12, 2014

As we gear up for Black Friday (and Small Business Saturday), I’m getting excited about some of the deals on the horizon. Target is selling 10% off gift cards on Black Friday this year! The good news is you don’t even have to set foot in the store; they are selling them online too! I’ve […]

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Christmas Gift Ideas Under $5

Posted by Kristen on November 11, 2014

As we countdown to the holidays, we’re sharing fun ideas to keep your holiday spending under budget! This week we are highlighting Christmas gift ideas under five dollars in our holiday gift guide series. These days, you probably think five dollars can’t get you very far. And in many cases, you’re right. But when you’re […]

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