Previously, I have posted about getting a postal box in Washington to save on shipping charges. Today, the post is about getting a debit/credit card and a bank account in the US for more savings (YAAY!).
For the past several years I have buying most of my stuff online. The main reason is, of course, the price. I also like the exuberant anticipation of the sudden arrival of the goods.
It is not a secret, that when you get a new car, the car goes down in value the moment you buy it. In this article I spoke about buying cars from the Government Surplus Auctions (groovy!), and here I want to focus on passing on the knowledge I accumulated while buying and selling used vehicles.
I have previously heard about people like Raffi Stepanian, who make a living by scavenging around New York and looking for miscellaneous items (mostly jewelry) – here is an article about him from Daily Mail.
If you want to save money on groceries, but do not like coupon clipping, this article is a must-read.
HOW TO SAVE MONEY ON GROCERIES IN VANCOUVER? WHERE TO GET CHEAP GROCERIES IN VANCOUVER?
“For produce, avoid Save on Foods and Safeway like the plague, that place will rip the hell out of you. Don’t bother with flyer sales/coupons, any persian/chinese produce store will be half the price of the best Safeway sale. Seek those out instead[…]” – Luco D• • •