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Publix coupon policy has changed
Keeping You in The Know: Publix Coupon Policy Changes
if you do your grocery shopping at Publix, then you should take note of these key Publix coupn policy changes so you can keep saving and avoid paying more.
Have we come to terms with the realities of money and credit at last?

While it is not surprising that a large number of Americans have begun to sort out their personal finances in the wake of the economic downturn, they have also become more cautious about opening new accounts, especially credit card accounts. People’s credit card habits have been altered by the recession, according to a new study […]

Don’t Pay Your Taxes With a Credit Card

If you owe the IRS money this tax season and don’t have it available, avoid using your credit card or opening a credit card account for this purpose. It’s not financially productive and can lead to a substantial amount of further debt. Credit card issuers and even the IRS tout the convenience of using a […]

5 Simple Steps to Organize Your Finances

Spring is near and that means it’s time to clean up the winter clutter, from sprucing up your house and yard to organizing your personal finances so you can better monitor your monetary world. Sloppiness in any part of your life can lead to confusion, which eventually leads to mistakes being made. Mistakes in your […]

24 Ways to Start Living the Frugal Life

1.      Clip coupons – Check out MissMoneyBee.com daily for the latest and BEST coupons for groceries, clothes and many other essentials! 2.      Eat out less – Although eating out is fun, requires no cooking skills, and leaves you with no dirty dishes at the end of the meal, it can be expensive.  Plan out your […]

Valentine’s Day Dining Do’s and Don’ts

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, many couples are finalizing plans for their romantic evening out. A recent Valentine’s Day survey estimates that $3.4 billion will be spent on dining out. With your romantic life, and your pocketbook on the line, here’s some basic do’s and don’ts to dining out on Valentine’s Day: Valentine’s […]

Cyber Monday: the Good and the Bad

By Samantha Savory Today, the Monday after Thanksgiving, tagged Cyber Monday, has become the second most popular holiday shopping day of the year, following Black Friday, the busiest holiday shopping day of the year. For those of you unfamiliar with Cyber Monday, it is the Monday following Thanksgiving where online retailers offer amazing deals, freebies, and […]

6 Easy Credit Tips For The Holiday Shopping Season

1. Know Your Credit Limits Don’t get sidetracked by that amazing deal on a 42’ flat screen TV during your holiday shopping.  Why you ask?  When you check out at the register and are declined because you don’t have enough credit left on your card, you may find yourself feeling financially irresponsible and a tad […]

It Can Pay To Be Credit Savvy

Using credit cards can be tricky, but mastering the skill has its benefits. While credit cards used to be the way to buy now and pay later, companies have been adding more incentives for consumers to choose and use their cards. If, any only if, you can keep a handle on your bills by paying […]