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POSTMay 05, 2020
Everyone has to eat, and buying groceries is a fact of life. Although stocking a kitchen with food for meals and snacks is a part of most monthly budgets, these expenditures don’t have to break the bank. Instead of spending a sizable chunk of your take-home pay at the grocery store or spending hours couponing, . . .
POSTJan 29, 2019
At TitleMax, we offer a variety of products to help you get the cash you need, when you need it. Check out the different product options available in your state!
POSTJul 18, 2018
It’s summertime and the weather is fine! One of the last things you probably want to spend your time doing in the summer is cooking in the kitchen for hours around a steamy oven. While you won’t be able to skip out on being in the kitchen for the whole summer, here are some great . . .
POSTJul 06, 2018
Ten Keys for financial Success Spend Less Than You Earn. Keep a budget or spending plan and track your spending. Have a Plan. Get organized, write down your financial goals, track your expenses. Prepare for Expected Events. e. Retirement, Holidays, etc. Prepare for Unexpected Events. e. Emergencies, Job loss, etc. Always Know Your Interest Rates. . . .
POSTAug 17, 2017
College isn’t all about classes, tests and degrees. While those things are important, the college experience is about growing and gaining new perspectives. A great way to start this path is to make yourself at home. Many incoming freshman live is dorms, and some stay there until graduation. It is important to make a space . . .
POSTDec 15, 2015
Strapped for cash this holiday season? Large family coming over for food and festivities? Impress your guests and keep cash in your wallets with our quick and easy dessert recipe’s this holiday season. Try them out and let us know which recipe is your favorite by using #TitleMax! Pretzel Christmas Trees Ingredients: Pretzel Rods Green . . .
POSTOct 05, 2015
Grocery stores and food brands understand how the average person likes to shop. Besides manufacturer placement and easy prepackaged foods, grocery aisles are full of psychological traps and seemingly good deals. Although this can make for a pleasant customer experience, the effects on a shopper’s wallet can be less than frugal. If your goal is . . .
POSTSep 28, 2015
Do: Plan ahead when grocery shopping. Cut coupons, make a list, and price match. How much money can you save in one trip to the store? Don’t: Impulse buy or use coupons just because you have them. Going into the grocery store without a plan is dangerous! Make sure that you are monitoring what you . . .
POSTSep 21, 2015
Maintaining the value of your vehicle is important for several reasons. Whether you want to sell it, trade it, or use your vehicle title for a loan or pawn, it is important to consider the factors that determine your vehicle’s worth. These factors include condition, age, and total mileage. While some of these factors are . . .
POSTSep 14, 2015
Emergencies happen daily, and it is important to be prepared for life’s unexpected events. Now that you’ve learned different ways to stop living from paycheck-to-paycheck, it’s time to learn about how you can plan ahead for financial emergencies. Remember, an emergency fund is not for extras or wants. It is just there for when you . . .