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Studies show that most high schoolers are graduating with almost no financial education. When you sit down and think about it, that’s pretty scary stuff scary: While most kids learn the basics of physics and geometry, they aren’t coming out of high school having had basic money lessons like managing a household budget, investing, and […]

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Most of the money-saving advice out there involves making cuts to your life like not buying coffee, or refraining from going on a summer vacation. Sure, those things would do the trick and save you some money, but they wouldn’t exactly be fun. Here’s the thing, there are a ton of things that you can […]

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The average American family has a weekly grocery bill that tops $250, a pretty staggering number. It’s no secret, buying food can be crazy expensive, especially when you go into the store without a plan and just start throwing stuff in your cart. Hey, we’ve been there, it’s tough not to shop that way. Here’s the […]

The post The 6 Kinds Of Shoppers Ibotta Will Save The Most Money For appeared first on The Penny Pincher.

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Meghan Markle may be on the brink of becoming royalty, but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t had to hustle at one time or another. According to People magazine, back in 2004, the royal bride-to-be taught calligraphy, gift-wrapping and book-binding at the Paper Source in Los Angeles. “It was her part-time job as she was going […]

The post Even Meghan Markle Used To Have A Side Hustle To Help Pay The Bills appeared first on The Penny Pincher.

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I love Etsy for its unique, homemade, one-of-a-kind items. I’ve ordered and gifted everything from baby bow ties and pacifier clips to handmade jewelry, wall prints and watercolor tea towels. Although quality and prices can differ from seller to seller, I love that you can easily shop around to find the perfect gift at the […]

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One of the biggest expenses people face in their day to day is housing. Most Americans spend 37% of their budget on housing (while the recommended number is 30%), and in parts of the country including San Francisco and New York, that number goes even higher. Which is why when news broke this week that […]

The post This Late Actress Was Paying $28 A Month For NYC Rental appeared first on The Penny Pincher.

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Lots of people struggle with acne, and because of that lots of dermatologists end up prescribing medicine to manage it. Well, listen up if you have used the drug Solodyn, because those who have might just be eligible for a piece of a pretty major class-action lawsuit. According to the press release put out by […]

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It’s college graduation season, and the big question on people’s minds is what is the starting salary for 2018 college graduates going to be on average? Researchers at Korn Ferry looked into it, analyzing 310,000 entry-level positions across the United States to try and answer that question, and found that 2018 college graduates can expect […]

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When it comes to saving money, Ebates has long been one of our secret weapons over here at The Penny Pincher. The site allows you to earn cash back from hundreds of stores, and on things you would be buying anyway. It’s a no-brainer if you are shopping online, and well, we shop online a […]

The post Earn Cold Hard Cash Shopping At Your Favorite Stores For The Next Five Days appeared first on The Penny Pincher.

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A lot has been said about the millennials, including that they might not be the most money-wise generation. But how do they really stack up? PNC in its just-released Millennials & Investing study dug into exactly that, and came away with some pretty interesting findings. Lots of good news abounds: Two-thirds of respondents said that […]

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