• COUPONS
    How does your grocery store handle coupons?: Coupon Counselor

    Grocery stores in central Pa. have similar coupon policies, but make sure you know the details before you go.(Dan Gleiter, PennLive.com/file) How well do you know your grocer, and how do they handle coupons? All stores in our area that take coupons will also double those coupons up to $1. For example, a 50 cent coupon […]

  • CLOTHING
    How to Stop Wasting Money on Clothes

    You spend hours trying on clothes, you spend hundreds (maybe more!) buying those clothes, then you open your closet and, lo and behold, nothing worth wearing. It’s a common dilemma and a financially wasteful one, too. Here are some common traps we fall into when we shop and how to get more bang for your […]

  • COUPONS
    How many coupons in the Sunday paper?

    How many coupon inserts will we have in the Sunday paper on September 24, 2017? This Sunday there should be 3 inserts including 1 SmartSource, 1 Redplum and 1 P&G!. Head to HotCouponWorld.com for a preview each week of many of the coupons we will get. We won’t receive all the same coupons on this list, but […]

  • HOME & GARDEN
    Spice up your home: how to create balcony gardens

    Today’s urban living crunches spaces. We have been there. We know the effort involved in cramming a lot into tiny spaces. Living in an apartment can sometimes dash those dreams of spacious gardens. But here’s the rub. You don’t need a big space to have a great garden. An awesome garden can flourish in the […]

  • NEWS
    Here’s How to Find the TransUnion Credit Freeze Page

    Wondering where to find the TransUnion credit freeze page? You’re not alone. The agency updated its website to make it harder to find. Last week, news broke that Equifax, a credit reporting agency, suffered a data breach. Over 143 million Americans had their data compromised, including Social Security Numbers. Equifax handled the situation poorly, even going […]

  • COUPONS
    Amazon Coupons: How to Find and Use Coupons on Amazon

    It seems like every where you turn Amazon has its name on something new. The company has even launched its own grocery delivery service. As you know, not everything is cheaper through Amazon though. At a traditional store you can count on additional discounts and can even potentially use coupons to save more money. Is […]

  • ALL DEALS
    How to find legitimate deals on tech

    We all want to get our hands on the latest in shiny new gadgetry. Unfortunately, the newest tech tends to come with the most premium prices. But it doesn’t necessarily have to be that way. By keeping an eye out for seasonal price changes, annual product cycles, special offers, and refurbished devices, you can make […]

  • ALL DEALS
    How to Return Items Purchased on Amazon

    Amazon Great Indian Sale has kicked off, seeing huge discounts across a wide catalogue of products. The Amazon sale for the next four days will see discounts, cashbacks and other offers for products ranging from mobiles, tablets to laptops, TVs and more. Of course, the problem with shopping online, including on occasions such as the Amazon sale, is that […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    How to Reset or Hard Reboot an iPhone or iPad

    HIGHLIGHTS Don’t force restart unless your iPhone or iPad is not responding The button combination is different for iPhone 7/ iPhone 7 Plus Hold down the buttons until you see the Apple logo Despite all of Apple’s engineering efforts, there are some times when your iPhone or iPad stops responding to your touch and you need to reset iPhone. And no […]

  • CLOTHING
    How to Un-Shrink These 4 Types of Clothing

    So we know why our clothes shrink and how to avoid this tragedy, but what about when the damage has already been done? You spent more than you’d like to admit on those jeans—there has to be a way to reverse this, right? Well, technically you can’t “un-shrink” clothes, but you can stretch them back out to their original […]

  • How to get the most money for your used clothes

    Adapted from a story by Elisabeth Leamy for The Washington Post. U.S. households spend at least $1,700 on apparel each year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and it’s a lot easier to shell that money out than it is to recoup it. You won’t strike it rich selling used clothes, but it is possible […]