We are coming up on the ultimate prankster day of April Fools, and everyone likes to get in on the action, including the hard-working folks here at FatWallet. This article will showcase some of the best April Fools pranks of all time, along with other office shenanigans, and general pranks that you may want to…
This year pretty much everyone has a tablet out, and the market is reaching the saturation point. The competition to get your money is very fierce this year, and the deals show it. Examples of this are shown by the deals we are seeing on Apple iPads. They are notorious for not offering serious discounts…
Last year was a big year for video games. Both Sony and Microsoft released their much-hyped consoles in the form of the PS4, and Xbox One. Disney was pushing their Infinity game to muscle in on Skylander’s territory. And Nintendo was treading water with the Wii-U. So with the dust settling, where do we stand…
Each and every year, people miss out on tax deductions that would have otherwise enabled them to reduce their income tax liability or, for some, possibly even increase the amount of their tax refund. To help you discover hidden tax breaks that you may be eligible for, I’ve developed this list of 13 commonly missed tax deductions:
These SUPER CHEAP deals is what Black Friday is all about. With over 10,000 deals under $20 and 5,000 under $10, we’ve studied what buyers went for and vet out which deals were worth pulling the trigger on. Walmart alone advertised more than 900 deals for twenty bucks or less. So were they the best deals ever? This “Best of Black Friday” series gives you the skinny on last year’s holiday bargains and some thought for predictions on Black Friday 2013.
As predicted in 2012, laptop deals were popular with shoppers with a record number of laptop and notebook deals (156 deals from 28 stores) and some of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen. There were 22 models under $300 and at least 4 models under $200. But were they the best? This “Best of Black Friday” series will give you the skinny on last year’s holiday bargains and some thought for predictions on Black Friday 2013.
As school gets closer, your kids are nagging you that they need a new laptop for school. With working long hours, and sending time going to your kids summer baseball games, you have little time to even look at the current laptop market, let alone actually research which ones you should consider. That is where we come in. We are here to help you, the overworked parents, with making an informed decision on what the best laptops are for your specific needs. With that out of the way, lets get started!
It’s that time of year again, and parents are scrambling to organize everything for the college bound son or daughter. You spent the entire summer getting all the paper work completed to send your child off to their first year of college. Financial aid is done, enrollment is done, you got all the books they need for their classes. You bought them a iPad, laptop, smartphone, and coffeemaker and think you have all the basics covered, and you do. In this article, I’m going to go through a few gadgets that are not a necessity, but will make your child’s first year of college a bit easier.
In my last article, I provided tips on how to get the most magic out of your next Disney Vacation. This go around I’m going to show you how to spend all the money I just showed you how to save. We’ll be throwing the budget vacation out the window, and showcasing how Disney not only caters to kids, but has plenty of Disney magic for adults too!
I read a lot of personal finance blogs, and one thing I hear over and over again is “don’t use credit cards”, “credit cards are evil!” or “they are what got you into debt in the first place.” I personally don’t think this is the case at all. Credit cards aren’t this evil entity that manipulates my life. They aren’t pushing me into debt any more than a fork is jamming pie into my pie hole, and forcing me to carry around the extra 25lbs I am currently hauling around. Like that fork, it’s a tool nothing more, nothing less.