When you buy electronics, appliances, and other household items, should you buy the optional extended warranty (like a Master Protection Agreement from Sears)… or not? We’ve got the facts, plus some personal experience that might help you decide. See how Sears handles the preventive maintenance check (or cleaning) on their digital cameras. Find out when it makes sense to buy the service warranty — and when it doesn’t!
If you’re wondering how to save money for a house, I’ve got some simple and fun ideas for you! These ideas worked for me: turn your hobbies into money, use cash instead of credit cards, sell your old stuff, and 6 other great tips to try when saving money for a house. Think outside-the-box and start putting money aside for your down payment and closing costs on your first home.
Sure, you want to save money on car insurance – who doesn’t? But how much car insurance coverage do you really need? How much comparison shopping should you do? Here are the tips I’ve used to save on car insurance.
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I don’t purchased extended warranties and service plans from department stores that try to sell them to you whenever you buy appliances and electronics. I’m more apt to buy a Home Service Plan instead. Here’s why…