Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) may have become a small business staple because of its flexibility, but it’s a money-saver as well, not just for those who make many long distance calls, but also for regular people looking for relief from rising cellphone bills or a better way to stay connected.
Some big changes turned the cable industry on its head this year. How we consume content has changed dramatically in just a few years, and providers have scrambled to find solutions to this uniquely modern challenge. That on-the-go trend is driving the major developments that will shape the industry over the next few decades.
In a world where you can now stream virtually anything you want to watch, cable companies have begun to experience a sharp decline in profits. And while this changing marketplace may be difficult for cable companies to successfully navigate, it actually works to your advantage.
It’s no secret that having kids is expensive. From diapers to college tuition, they’re an 18-year (at least!) financial commitment that seems to only get more expensive with time.
A mortgage stimulus program that was passed by the President is now in place and ready to help middle-class Americans reduce their monthly payments by as much as $2,400 each year.
Eating at home can save you a ton of money. But sometimes (or a lot of the time), you just don’t feel like cooking. Luckily, enjoying a meal out on the town doesn’t need to mean that you’re draining your bank account.