3006, 2015

Money Advice for Recent Graduates

MONEY ADVICE FOR RECENT GRADUATES
You made it. You finished all of those last-minute papers and exams. You got the cap and gown. You walked down the aisle, and got your diploma. But now what? Maybe tomorrow you’ll wake up and go to work. Maybe that job will have something to do with your major. Maybe […]

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304, 2015

Backpacker’s Secrets: Finding the Cheapest Ways to Travel

When it comes finding the cheapest ways to travel, backpackers have it down to a science. From packing strategies to finding cheap eats, there is much to be learned from these frugal travelers. Their tips and techniques can be applied to just about any trip to help you save money. Let’s take a look:

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2301, 2015

Keep Your Resolutions with the Help of Consumer Loyalty Programs

Ah, the new year’s resolution. The plan. The promise. The resolve. Usually, it’s made with the best of intentions, but if you’re like most people, you’ll probably never follow through only about 8% do, according to the University of Scranton. Maybe you’ll hang in there for week one and week two, but by February, your […]

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2512, 2014

12 Days of Loyalty Benefits

You know the song, so sing along! We’re counting down 12 days of loyalty benefits for the holidays.

What are loyalty benefits? They’re all of those hidden special benefits and discounts you receive through various club memberships and credit cards. Chances are, you have access to thousands of loyalty benefits and don’t even know it in […]

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2111, 2014

Last-Minute Vacations: Holiday Travel Tips for Procrastinators

You’ve done it again. The holidays are almost here and you’ve put off making your reservations. Well, the good news is, procrastinators have a few things going for them when it comes to booking last-minute vacations. When you’re flexible and well, desperate, doors tend to open where you’d least expect. Here are some tips to […]

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3110, 2014

Student Budgeting 101: How to Keep Your Spending in Check and Still Have a Life

You’ve heard that the college years are supposed to be the greatest years of your life, but they can also be the toughest to deal with financially. Here are a few student budgeting tips to help you avoid debt and enjoy life:

Use Your Student Discount

When you’re a student, there are discounts available everywhere you turn […]

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110, 2014

When Loyalty Becomes Disloyal: 5 Signs it’s Time To Reconsider Your Loyalty Rewards Program

Customer loyalty should not be like playing a game of chess. Yet frequently, loyalty rewards programs don’t work for the customer as much as it does for the business. With U.S. loyalty memberships in the billions and over 20 average loyalty programs, there comes a time to reevaluate your loyalty programs and cards. Here are […]

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2409, 2014

Live It Up After You Retire with Consumer Loyalty Programs

By now you’ve probably heard all of the usual ways to save money after retirement. You’ve finally qualified for social security and cheaper movie tickets and we suspect that AARP has probably sent you the letter. But, chances are, there are some

hidden perks and benefits you have yet to discover. Many of them are […]

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1407, 2014

5 Ways to Save on Your Family Road Trip

The family road trip; one of the most exciting, adventurous and memorable summer vacations. Whether it is a cross-country road trip or a trip down the Pacific Coast Highway, road trips with the family are a great way to spend quality time together away from the hustle and bustle of hectic daily lives.

It’s important to […]

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1106, 2014

Frugal Living Ideas: Throwing a Fun 4th of July Party

Fourth of July festivities can be expensive. Between the food, fun and fireworks, Americans spend billions on their Independence Day barbecues and parties. Every year, it makes us cringe. We want to throw a fun shindig, but don’t want to spend the money to do so. And, you shouldn’t have to. With these frugal living […]

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Money Advice for Recent Graduates

June 30th, 2015|Comments Off on Money Advice for Recent Graduates

MONEY ADVICE FOR RECENT GRADUATES
You made it. You finished all of those last-minute papers and exams. You got the cap and gown. You walked down the aisle, and got your diploma. But now what? Maybe […]

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Backpacker’s Secrets: Finding the Cheapest Ways to Travel

April 3rd, 2015|Comments Off on Backpacker’s Secrets: Finding the Cheapest Ways to Travel

When it comes finding the cheapest ways to travel, backpackers have it down to a science. From packing strategies to finding cheap eats, there is much to be learned from these frugal travelers. Their […]

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Keep Your Resolutions with the Help of Consumer Loyalty Programs

January 23rd, 2015|Comments Off on Keep Your Resolutions with the Help of Consumer Loyalty Programs

Ah, the new year’s resolution. The plan. The promise. The resolve. Usually, it’s made with the best of intentions, but if you’re like most people, you’ll probably never follow through only about 8% do, according […]

12 Days of Loyalty Benefits

December 25th, 2014|0 Comments

You know the song, so sing along! We’re counting down 12 days of loyalty benefits for the holidays.

What are loyalty benefits? They’re all of those hidden special benefits and discounts you receive through various club […]