With the pandemic yards sales have been a lot trickier. So, if you’re looking for ways to continue to make extra cash, but steering clear of up close contact-- Rachel DePompa has some ideas in this On Your Side savings guide.
If you skipped Black Friday sales and waited until now to buy a new tv, you’re a pretty savvy shopper. Super Bowl weekend is the time to buy. Rachel DePompa has some ideas anyone can use to save even more money in this On Your Side Savings Guide.
As the vaccine becomes more widespread and restrictions are lifted-- take one lesson you learned in 2020 and keep it going. Experts say don’t start overspending once you can finally do more activities and travel.
This week we told you all about the 52 week money challenge-- to get you to save in 2021. Now, Rachel DePompa is on your side with a savings guide to teach you how to “hack” it. And save even more money!
Before you hit purchase on anything online-- you need to take the time to look for a coupon code. As Rachel DePompa shows us in this On Your Side Savings Guide-- you shouldn’t make a purchase without one.
Updating beneficiaries is one of those things people forget about --- until they have a life changing event. But naming the family members who will get your assets in the event of a death is so important.
A lot of us are looking to free up more cash this time of year. And as Rachel DePompa tells us in this On Your Side Savings Guide-- one way to do that is to pick up the phone and call your credit card company.
The airport is usually the last place you want to be when traveling before the holidays, but in the year of COVID-19, those pre-thanksgiving day crowds we’re used to seeing were significantly thinned out.
Black Friday has evolved from a one day shopping frenzy to a month long savings event. And if you’re shopping online, Rachel DePompa has some strategies that will definitely save you some cash in this On Your Side Savings Guide.
Most Virginians can renew their identification online or by mail — an option instated by the Department of Motor Vehicles due to COVID-19 — and they’re being encouraged to signup for a two-year renewal.
Covid-19 has drastically changed our shopping habits. In fact around 67% of Americans now plan to do the majority of their gift shopping online. Which is why Rachel DePompa is going over ways to make sure you get what you are looking for this holiday season.