Thrift Shopping: Save Money by Finding Recycled Treasures

~posted by Siri A.

Shopping can be tough when you’re living on a budget – but thrift shopping is a great way to get what you need at a discount. Not only is it affordable, but you can also find some unique, quality items that you wouldn’t find in a regular store.

Here are some great items to look for when you’re thrift shopping:

T-Shirts, Pants, Dresses & Accessories: Thrift stores often have a bunch of low-priced, comfy T-shirts, pants (hem them if the fit is wrong or cut them to make shorts for the summer!), dresses, and accessories, such as jewelry and belts. Continue reading “Thrift Shopping: Save Money by Finding Recycled Treasures”

How to Find a Financial Planner (for Non-Millionaires)


~posted by Ann G.

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Photo Credit: The Irish Labour Party

Getting your finances in order can seem daunting, especially if you are not wealthy.  You know that most of us are in very good company in wondering how to get good financial advice at lower (!) incomes if you consider that a household income of $450,000 a year puts you in the top 1% and many financial planners consider a portfolio “small” if it has less than half a million dollars in it! Continue reading “How to Find a Financial Planner (for Non-Millionaires)”