Learn How to Haggle
Posted by Sarah at 3:00 pm in Finance, Great Deals, Shopping

If you’ve ever been to an open air market, farmer’s market or garage sale, you know what haggling is. The price tag says $6; you counter with $3 and settle with the seller somewhere in between. However, most Americans forget that this type of negotiating can be used in other transactions – frequently saving the haggler lots of money. You might instinctively know to haggle over the price of a home or a car, but did you know that you can also negotiate the price of major appliances, furniture and clothes? Read on for more haggling tips.

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Do Your Own Oil Change
Posted by Sarah at 1:00 pm in DIY, Transportation

If you’re mechanically inclined and don’t mind getting messy, changing your car’s oil by yourself can save some extra cash over oil changes at your local service station. The first step is finding the correct supplies. You’ll need a jack, a wrench or ratchet (make sure it’s the right size!), a new oil filter, oil (check the grade), a short bucket, a rag, a funnel, and a big piece of cardboard.

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