39dollarglasses.com Review

I don’t wear eyeglasses very often because I’m usually in contact lenses. In fact, the last time I bought glasses was in 2007 at Lenscrafters. With a $50 coupon, I paid $240. Although that’s not a great price, the glasses served me well. With the passage of seven years, however, the lenses had become scratched and […]

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Checklist: How to Save on Oil Changes

Whenever the oil light flashes, mainstream consumers drive to a local shop for service. In a way, it’s a bit Pavlovian—flash, spend; flash, spend. The frugal few, on the other hand, see the oil light as a shimmering opportunity to save. This is quite Pavlovian as well, but in a very different way—flash, save; flash, […]

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Introducing the Amazing Worthometer!

Last month, I posted “How to Compare Your Net Worth to Others (Without Being Rude).” The article discusses national surveys that tabulate household net worth into neat columns of percentiles. Thanks to these various surveys, you can see how you stack up against others as you pursue your financial goals. The “How to Compare” article […]

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The Peacock, the Parrot, and the Duck

Once upon a time, a peacock, a parrot, and a duck worked in a downtown office building. All three were dedicated to their jobs and labored very hard. One day, they were gathered in the copy room. The peacock, who was proud, said “Perhaps you’ve seen my feathers outspread in elation. Next month, I fly […]

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