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7 Surefire Ways to Save on Your Next Restaurant Meal

7 Surefire Ways to Save on Your Next Restaurant Meal

These simple steps can dramatically cut your costs when dining out. Melissa Neiman • February 5, 2018 Eating out is a great American tradition. The average U.S. household spends $3,154 per year on food eaten away from home, according to the latest federal data. What fills your belly can quickly empty your bank account. But a little frugal wisdom can help you trim just about every restaurant bill. Following are seven ways to save the next time [Read More...]
14 Easy Ways to Save Big Bucks at the Movies

14 Easy Ways to Save Big Bucks at the Movies

The average movie ticket now costs $9. But you can pay less — or maybe nothing at all — with these simple tips. Donna Freedman • January 25, 2018   Movie ticket prices have never been higher. Tickets cost an average of $8.97 apiece in 2017, according to the National Association of Theatre Owners. Sometimes, they are pricier due to surcharges for premium formats like 3-D. But even if you’re sticking to the first matinee of [Read More...]
This Trick Will Help You Fall Asleep 9 Minutes Earlier Every Night

This Trick Will Help You Fall Asleep 9 Minutes Earlier Every Night

This simple sleep aid is drug-free and cost-free, and a study suggests its impact is comparable to using pharmaceutical sleep aids. Karla Bowsher • January 16, 2018 Here’s a fast, easy and cheap way to help you spend less time lying awake at night: Make a to-do list. Spending five minutes writing a to-do list prior to going to bed helped study participants fall asleep an average of nine minutes faster, Psychology Today reports, citing a [Read More...]
How to Save $500,000 in 15 Years

How to Save $500,000 in 15 Years

With 2018 underway, it’s time to get serious about retirement. Here’s how much you need to save each year to reach $500,000. Chris Kissell • January 17, 2018 If you haven’t begun saving for retirement, you’re not alone. More than half of Americans have less than $10,000 saved for their golden years, according to a 2017 GOBankingRates study. However, being so far behind in savings does not doom you to poverty. Even if you are [Read More...]
Mazda, Toyota select Alabama for new U.S. auto manufacturing plant

Mazda, Toyota select Alabama for new U.S. auto manufacturing plant

Investment to reach $1.6 billion for facility that will employ up to 4,000, open in 2021 January 10, 2018 Press Conference MONTGOMERY, Ala. (Jan. 10, 2018) – Alabama Governor Kay Ivey and Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle joined Mazda (TM: MZDAF) and Toyota (NYSE: TM) leaders today to announce the automakers have selected Huntsville, Alabama as the site of their new joint-venture manufacturing plant. The new plant will have the capacity to build [Read More...]
Can’t Seem to Save? You’re Not Following These Simple Rules

Can’t Seem to Save? You’re Not Following These Simple Rules

Setting aside money doesn’t have to mean deprivation. A little creativity and self-motivation can create a brighter financial future. Donna Freedman • January 8, 2018 How’s your bank balance? It should be healthier than this time last year. And if it isn’t? There are only a few explanations for this lack of progress: The past 12 months were filled with budget busters such as car trouble, medical co-pays and the need to replace [Read More...]
7 foods you had no idea were loaded with sugar

7 foods you had no idea were loaded with sugar

Redbook Amy Capetta WHOLE-GRAIN BREAD The danger with eating foods high in sugar stems from their effects on blood sugar, says Perlmutter. “Foods are rated in terms of how they elevate blood sugar by their glycemic index,” he explains. “The higher the glycemic index, the higher the blood sugar elevation and the length of time the blood sugar will remain elevated.” When those levels skyrocket, it can lead to health [Read More...]