6 Clever Ways You Can Find Pet Supplies at a Discount

Owning a pet is far from cheap.

In their first year of life, puppies will cost their owner an average of $1,270, while kittens cost around $1,070. After that, pet parents continue to spend around $500 a year on their four-legged-children.

If you’re a pet parent, you know that you can’t put a price on your furry friend’s love. But that doesn’t mean that you wouldn’t like to save some cash on your dog or cat’s usual expenses. read more

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A List of Budget-Savvy Resources for Seniors Who Like to Save Money

As we get older, there are many different needs that arise. It can be hard to know where to turn. The cost of living keeps rising while income declines for many in their golden years.

There are several resources for seniors that can help make life a little easier and help save them money and frustration in day-to-day life. read more

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What to Do If You Get Arrested: The Ultimate Guide to Attorney Fees

Over 10 million people are arrested for varying offenses every year. For most, when they’re initially taken out of a police vehicle and dropped into jail, a lot of questions are going through their mind.

“How long will I be in here?” “What are my rights?” “How can I get an attorney?” read more

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Senior Savings: 9 Tips to Budget for the Cost of Assisted Living

There are about one million seniors living in an assisted living facility.

For family members, the decision to put a loved one in an assisted living facility could be difficult, filled with doubt and questioning about the level of care and if they have the best interest of the person at heart. read more

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How to Start Couponing like a Pro with 5 Eye-Opening Tips

The top 20 States that coupon in the U.S. are located in the southern part of the country. They clip coupons well above the national averages.

We can all learn a thing or two from them. You can start couponing and rack up the savings in your own house. Here are some of the best tips to get you started. read more

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A Frugal Bookworm’s Guide to Finding Great Deals on Books

Have you ever heard the term “tsundoku“? It’s not a type of puzzle or a dangerous rain storm; it’s the Japanese term for stockpiling more books than you could ever possibly read! As you can imagine, this habit gets expensive fast. That’s why we’ve pulled together this guide to finding free or cheap books. read more

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