How to Save Money on Kids’ Clothing

kidsclothesHow to Save Money on Kids’ Clothing


Raising kids is expensive. A middle-income family with a child born in 2012 can expect to spend about $241,080 over 18 years on food, shelter, child care, education and other necessities, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. That’s why it’s always important for families to be on the lookout for ways to cut costs.

One expenditure parents can keep under control with smart shopping strategies is clothing. Although clothing makes up only 6% of total child-rearing expenses, according to the Department of Agriculture study, purchases can add up to an average of $804 a year and $14,464 per child over 18 years. If I spent that much on all three of my kids, I’d shell out more than $43,000. But I spend closer to the annual average per child on all three kids.

Here are several ways I’ve managed to keep the cost of clothing for my children under control. (more…)

Simple Money Saving Tips For The Unemployed

unemployedSimple Money Saving Tips For The Unemployed


The economy is recovering slowly – more and more jobs are being created with each passing month. Be this as it may, there are still millions of qualified individuals who are yet to secure steady jobs. In this particular stage of life, it is important to be cautious about how you spend the little bit of money you have. Otherwise, you could worsen an already dire financial situation. The following are a few money saving tips to help you along the way: (more…)

15 Tips to Save on Valentine’s Day

valentines15 Tips to Save on Valentine’s Day


The sexiest way to save on Valentine’s Day? Do the seemingly impossible: spend less and get more. shares 15 ways to pull it off.


What you need to know first: The best red roses are ice cold. “If the product is outside of a cold chamber, which is 32 to 36 degrees, they lose life for every minute they’re outside that cold,” warns Christine Boldt, executive vice president of the Association of Floral Importers (AFIF) Hence, this advice:

1. Never buy from the side of the road. They’ll only last a day or two, because roadside vendors don’t get the best product. “Those flowers are what we in the industry call seconds,” Boldt says. (more…)

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