April is National Car Care Month, so protect your investment and save money down the road. After spring cleaning indoors, enjoy the warmer weather outdoors in a pair of durable hiking shoes. For those...
Spring break recently ended and finals are a few weeks away. In other words, this is the moment to find a summer job or internship. Knowing how to get a summer job isn't exactly rocket science, and...
Spring cleaning is in high gear for many. Donate unwanted items to a local thrift store or shop for bargains to fill out your wardrobe. Start planning for an inexpensive international summer trip, or...
In seemingly no time at all, another school year will have ended. Non-working students can celebrate the freedom with a do-nothing vacation or an interactive learning experience. With deadlines fast...
You all know the refrain: To get ahead these days, a college degree is the minimum requirement. But the cost of college -- tuition, room and board, books -- is enough to make you rethink your prospects.
On prom night, you can look like a million bucks but spend just a fraction of that amount by scoring a fashionable but cheap prom dress for less than $100. Whether your style is edgy modern or evening...
UPDATE: Walgreen To Launch Low-Price Store Brand Early Next Year (The Wall Street Journal)
The start of the semester is coming up quickly and college students and their parents are surely cringing at the prospective costs. Squandering college savings by dressing a dorm room to the nines and...
Here are some money saving stories we're reading:
Those darn young people, always finding ways to travel the world without breaking the bank. As if student airfares and under-30 rates aren't enough, an increasingly popular approach is landing travelers... Read more on Daily Sundial »
Pity the poor student trying to learn how to live on $10 a day. Not really, says the Daily Sundial, which suggests seven ways to cut costs without making college a joyless ride. First off, you've... Read more on Daily Sundial »
There's no time like the present to start saving for your child's college education. The best part is, you can do this tax-free. CNBC provides some links that can help you find the plan that's right... Read more on CNBC »
Our research found a few quality cheap ebook readers costing less than $150. When shopping for an eReader, examining the battery life is as important as reviewing the feature set. Its also essential... Read more on Cheapism »
For students with an iPhone, or at least access to one, the world is full of money-saving bargains. Check out this post from PC World to learn more about cheap deals on education-related apps. Read more on PC World »
You know all those textbooks piled high on your desk? Well, they're soon to be yet another relic of the past. WalletPop has a report on a new iPad app for digital textbooks. It's not perfect -- Read more on Wallet Pop »
AMD has been strutting its stuff, just in time for back-to-school shopping. Digitaltrends.com reviews several cheap AMD-powered laptops and desktops, sold by the likes of HP, Acer, and Sony, and... Read more on Digitaltrends.com »
Some handy little digital helpers are hitting the market just as the back-to-college shopping season is about to start. Technewsdaily has the news on an expanded array of services and products for... Read more on Technewsdaily »
As every college student knows, textbooks cost a fortune. There are websites that charge less, of course, but even that model is becoming old school. Wallet Pop writes about the digital textbook... Read more on Wallet Pop »
It may only be March, but students thinking about the next academic year may want to take some notes now. If your budget won't stretch far enough to include room and board, WalletPop offers some... Read more on Wallet Pop »
It pays to be a student. Seriously. Wallet Pop reports on a website that lets college students tap into money-saving discounts at stores, restaurants, and online. There's still time to enroll for... Read more on Wallet Pop »