The winter chill has come early again this year so the monthly electricity bills will be soaring.
Savings & Investment
Living cheap… it's a family thing.
By Frank and Muriel Newman - We have had a tremendous response to the article about growers markets so we thought readers might be interested in a couple of the stories.
"Free" is a word everyone living off the smell of an oily rag loves to hear. It is surprising how many things are free - everything from buses to sofas!
There're always lots of odd jobs to do around the home but even odd jobs can add up to thousands of dollars in costs. Fortunately, many of those costs can be avoided.
Well, we got thinking about the tills ringing so we thought we would look at oily rag ideas for a cashless Christmas.
We receive lots of letters from readers sharing their low cost cleaning formulas and concoctions but we have come across an excellent summary produced by Bin Inn,
Debt is unfortunately an all too common problem that affects everyone: individuals, households, businesses, local authorities, and governments. But never fear, help is near! Here are some oily rag ways of getting out of debt.
While oily raggers may be frugal with their money, there is nothing frugal about their generosity in sharing their money saving-tips with others.
In this column we are going to depart from our normal selection of new money saving tips for the frugal minded, to announce an important new shopping psyche discovery.