The internet is a good source for coupons, from groceries to furniture.
Groceries don’t come cheap and are not a discretionary item in a budget, but you do have some flexibility as to how you spend your grocery money.
So how do you get what you want without spending a lot? By shopping smarter!
You can get groceries on the cheap and going cheap doesn’t mean you have to lower your standards. It means changing how you purchase those goods and services to keep the things that are important to you.
Sounds so good, retire somewhere warm, or exotic, or really cheap, however, it is not always the good life.
Grocery bills are expected to rise as much as 3.5% in the coming year as the cost of food increases.
You cannot pick up a magazine or newspaper today without a reference to Boomers needing to postpone their retirement because of the economy.
A new report finds that more supermarket shoppers in Massachusetts are taking home their groceries in reusable shopping bags.
You have more choices than ever when you need to pick up some groceries, but easier doesn’t always equal better.
So think about this; if you can save $6000 a year, you have given yourself an $8000 before taxes raise.